No, the logic has now changed. After creating the zones, you must create "partitions" which are nothing more than "zone groups"; each partition includes areas that, at a particular activation point for a specific user, should activate or deactivate collectively (e.g., the cleaning lady could activate and deactivate only the areas included in her area). Once the different partitions have been created, they need to be associated with various activation points or keypad codes. . It is also possible to associate more than one partition to an activation point, user-control unit, etc. (for example, you could create a "Perimeter" partition, an "Infrared ground floor" and a "Infrared first floor", each containing multiple SAI zones).