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-By default, there are three built-in Groups that displayed in the Device Tree. These Groups ​are systems ​groups and therefore they can not be deleted ​nor modified.+By default, there are three groups ​displayed in the Device Tree. These are system ​groups and cannot ​be deleted ​or modified.
  
 {{ default_groups:​1.png }} {{ default_groups:​1.png }}
  
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-|  {{default_groups:​2.png}} ​ |  Selected Devices ​ |  ​The devices that have been already ticked, and to which the tasks will apply  | +|  {{default_groups:​2.png}} ​ |  Selected Devices ​ |  ​Devices selected in the device list  | 
-|  {{default_groups:​3.png}} ​ |  All Devices ​ |  ​The entire list of Enrolled Devices ​ | +|  {{default_groups:​3.png}} ​ |  All Devices ​ |  ​All enrolled devices ​ | 
-|  {{default_groups:​4.png}} ​ |  Unassigned ​ |  ​The devices ​that have not yet been assigned to any Static group  |+|  {{default_groups:​4.png}} ​ |  Unassigned ​ |  ​All devices not yet assigned to Static group  |
  
-At first time use, Administrator ​will want to create specific ​Groups that will reflect its network topology, ​its geographical ​locations or its business organization. This is made possible using the Static and Automatic Groups.+The system administrator ​will likely ​want to create specific ​groups reflective of network topology, ​geographic ​locationsor business organization. This can be done with both Static and Dynamic groups.
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