It’s often useful to provide a way for everyone in your shop to be able to look up commonly used websites. Methods I’ve seen of doing this include:
- Wiki pages
- Bookmarks deployed to browsers
- Browser extensions
Another method is to use Casper’s Self Service plug-ins feature.
This makes it easy to set up website bookmarks, which then appear in a sidebar of Self Service.
The main drawback to this method is you can’t scope these bookmarks to appear only to certain users or computers. These will appear on on all managed computers and to all users. If you need to have one set of bookmarks available to Group A in your organization, and a different set of bookmarks appearing to Group B, the Self Service plug-ins feature may not be the best solution.
Fortunately, you can solve this scoping issue using Casper policies and Self Service. For more details, see below the jump.