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For certain use cases, such as troubleshooting or moving realms, decrypting realms is necessary

There are two ways to decrypt a realm in the Web Admin, and then one way to manually decrypt it if the Web Admin does not allow it (refer to this document for more information on manual encryption / decryption):

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To decrypt a single realm, go to the System Info tab of the realm, and click Decrypt in the System Info section

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Encrypt the realms when finished by clicking Save in the realm, or by using the Decrypt Web Config page as demonstrated below

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To decrypt multiple realms at a time, go to SecureAuthIdPFQDN/SecureAuth0/DecryptWebConfig, or select Decrypt Web Config on the home page (if using local / RDP access)

Check the realms to decrypt, or click Select / Unselect All, and then click Decrypt

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Encrypt the realms when finished by selecting the decrypted realms and clicking Encrypt

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Creating a new realm from an existing realm copies the configuration and applies it to the new one; but for existing realms that require changes, the Web Admin allows the changes made in one realm to be applied to one or multiple other realms

For example, if the Logs configuration requires change in multiple, existing realms, then make the changes in one realm (e.g. SecureAuth1 in image example), select (check) the other realms to which the changes apply, and then click Save

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If making the changes for the first time in initial realm, then select the initial realm and all other realms, and then click Save

If simply copying the configuration of a tab in one realm to another realm, then deselect the initial realm (SecureAuth1), only select the other realms, and then click Save

NOTE: This method saves / copies the information of the current, open tab (Overview, Data, Workflow, Post Authentication, etc.) and not the entire realm configuration

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The Web Admin enables the use of Custom Realm Groups, which create an easier way to manage and organize specific types of realms

Once a custom realm group is created, it can be selected from the Custom Groups dropdown, which would then display only those realms in the group

For example, grouping SAML Integrations, realms with a specific directory integration, IdM Tools, etc. make it easier to find, manage, and modify similar configurations

1. To create a custom realm group, click Create custom realm groups in the left-side menu

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2. Provide a Group Name, and click Create

3. Select the Group from the first box, then select Add / Remove Realm from the dropdown, and click Submit

The other dropdown options include Sort Realm(s) and Remove Group(s)

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4. Select the realm(s) to be assigned to the group, and click Save