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Team Management


This article will demonstrate how instructors can manage teams in the Cyber Range.

What are Teams?

Teams are used as a way of organizing users in the Cyber Range. When you set up a class within the Cyber Range, each one of your users will show that they are in their own “Team” with their name (ex. Team John Smith). The most important thing to keep in mind is that each team gets one exercise environment. This means, by default, your students have their own separate exercise environment from the rest of the class. You can add multiple students to the same team granting them access to the same Virtual Machine; however, we don't currently support multiple users logged into the same Virtual Machine concurrently.

Managing Teams

  1. To view your course teams, choose your course page and click the “Manage Course Users” button as shown below.

    "Manage Course Users" button is located between the "Delete Course" and "Add Exercise Environment" buttons

  2. Once you have reached this page, instructors can add, delete, and change the groups that students are assigned to in order to fit the class needs. If you want to create a new team, click the “Create a new team” button in the top right hand of the screen. Note that this team will be empty and you will have to add users to it. A screenshot of this is shown below.

    "Create New Team" button is located to the right of the "Add User" button.

  3. If you wish to add multiple users onto one team, simply click the selected user’s gear symbol to the left of their name and click “move team”. It will list the available teams and you can choose the one you wish to add them to. You can also delete teams within this same route.

Video tutorial: Team Management

For a video demonstration of this guide, check out our YouTube video on Team Management:

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