Whether you're setting up a new policy, running management actions, or checking the status of your environment, browsing for Active Directory objects is an integral part of using and managing Senergy. If you're having issues finding a particular group object in Active Directory, here are a few things to check.
Distribution Groups vs. Security Groups
This is the most common reason a particular group can't be found via Senergy: Distribution groups are not displayed in Senergy's AD browser.
Because distribution groups cannot be security principals in NTFS, Active Directory, etc., they cannot be associated with policies. Likewise, they cannot and should not be used to target management actions run against users. As such, Senergy only displays security groups in its object browsers.
Active Directory Permissions
Permissions on Active Directory objects - either the group object itself, or a container in the Active Directory hierarchy - may deny the Senergy Proxy Rights group necessary access to the group. Double-check that the Senergy Proxy Rights group and/or the Senergy Proxy user object have sufficient access to the object in question.
Senergy permits administrators to define a scope for object and storage management. This affects both event processing and Active Directory browsing. If a group is out of scope, it may not be displayed in Senergy's object browser.