Hi everyone,

Based on comments of network specialists, associating applications to
containers are best practice to increase appl speed than associating to
groups.

I want to associate some of my applications to container, but my users
container is containing sub-containers (users are classified by names ex.:
A, B, C....). so this way, when I associate an appl to this first
container, the application doesn't appearing because Zen expect to find
users directly in this first container. Zen doesn't appear to search the
sub-containers...

I know there is search policies, by theses ones are used for policies. And
I know there is some configuration about the inheritance levels but I'm
not sure how to uses it... Here's my tree architecture:

CSNW6
CSS
ELEVES
A
B
C
...
Z
Policy_Container
EMPLOYES
A
B
C
...
Z
Policy_Container
ORG
SCHOOL1
SCHOOL2
ZEN
APPLICATIONS
Appl_Office
Appl_Gpi
POLICIES


So, we see that there are organizational units for each group of users
names under ELEVES and under EMPLOYES. User codes are stocked there. And
in ZEN, there is some applications that I want to attribute to the
containers ELEVES and EMPLOYES.

How the applications Appl_Office and Appl_Gpi could be available to the
users codes stocked in the sub-organizational units of ELEVES and EMPLOYS.

I have defined the application luncher for the container CSS, with the
option "Use as top configuration tree".

Thank you for your support!

DM