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manage_devices:groups_and_device_grouping:static_and_automatic_groups [2018/02/03 18:22] (current)
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-Devices cannot be deleted from a static group. To remove a device from a static group, either drag-and-drop to the Unassigned Devices group, or un-enroll the device from **proVconnect** Server. Un-enrolling a device removes it from all groups.+Devices cannot be deleted from a static group. To remove a device from a static group, either drag-and-drop to the Unassigned Devices group, or un-enroll the device from **Xcalibur W** Server. Un-enrolling a device removes it from all groups.
  
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-There are obvious limitations with static groups. Static groups are intended for static locations such as countries, regions etc. However, administrators may need to organize devices within different types of groupings such as network subnets, operating system types, write-filter states etc. **proVconnect** provides Dynamic Groups for this purpose.+There are obvious limitations with static groups. Static groups are intended for static locations such as countries, regions etc. However, administrators may need to organize devices within different types of groupings such as network subnets, operating system types, write-filter states etc. **Xcalibur W** provides Dynamic Groups for this purpose.
  
 Dynamic groups can be created based on a number of pre-defined criteria: Dynamic groups can be created based on a number of pre-defined criteria:
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