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A user can be a member of any number of groups. Groups provide a convenient way of applying a base set of user attributes and settings to multiple users. For more information about configuring groups, see User groups.

Because a user can be a member of multiple groups, the order in which group memberships are presented is important. The first group membership for a user encountered by Serv-U that provides a value for an attribute is the value that is used. Use the arrows on the right side of the group membership list to arrange the order of group memberships.

Use the left arrow buttons to add additional group memberships to the user, or use the right arrow buttons to remove the user from the selected groups.

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