By assigning user forms to organizations and administrators, you establish specific administrator views of user information.
Access to user information is set at two levels:
Organization. When you create an organization, you assign the user form that all administrators in that organization will use when creating and editing Identity Manager users. Any form set at the administrator level overrides the form set here. If no form is selected for the administrator or the organization, Identity Manager inherits the form selected for the parent organization. If no form is set there, Identity Manager uses the default form set in the system configuration.
Administrator. When you assign a user administrative capabilities, you can directly assign a user form to the administrator. If you do not assign a form, the administrator inherits the form assigned to his organization (or the default form set in the system configuration if no form is set for the organization).
Understanding and Managing Capabilities describes built-in Identity Manager capabilities that you can assign.