IV Creating and Running Reviews

Review Administrators can create several types of reviews to focus reviewers on different types of access, such as user access reviews, mapped and unmapped account reviews, and business role membership reviews. For each type of review, administrators select the users, accounts, applications, permissions, or roles to be reviewed, and define the review process and participants. Administrators and review owners can also preview reviews before going live with the reviews which generate tasks for reviewers. Reviewers determine whether to keep, remove or modify access, change user assignments, or whether to retain role membership for each item assigned to them in the review.

Reviews might contain a single stage, with each review item being assigned to a single reviewer or group of reviewers or multistage, with each review item being assigned to multiple reviewers who act on review items only after the previous reviewer completes an action.