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OpenManage Integration for VMware vCenter Version 5.2 User's Guide

Required privileges for non-administrator users

To register OMIVV with vCenter, a non-administrator user must have the following privileges:

While registering a vCenter server with OMIVV by a non-administrator user, a message is displayed if the following privileges are not assigned:
  • Alarms
    • Create alarm
    • Modify alarm
    • Remove alarm
  • Extension
    • Register extension
    • Unregister extension
    • Update extension
  • Global
    • Cancel task
    • Log event
    • Settings
  • Health Update Provider
    • Register
    • Unregister
    • Update
  • Host
    • CIM
      • CIM Interaction
  • Host.Config
    • Advanced settings
    • Change Settings
    • Connection
    • Maintenance
    • Network configuration
    • Query patch
    • Security profile and firewall
  • Inventory
    • Add host to cluster
    • Add standalone host
    • Modify cluster
  • Lifecycle Manager: General Privileges
    • Read
    NOTE The vSphere Lifecycle Manager General Privileges are applicable only for vCenter 7.0 and later.
  • Host profile
    • Edit
    • View
  • Permissions
    • Modify permission
    • Modify role
  • Sessions
    • Validate session
  • Task
    • Create
    • Update
NOTE If a vCenter server is registered using non-administrator user to access any OMIVV features, non-administrator user must have Dell privileges. For more information about assigning Dell privileges, see Assign Dell privileges to existing role.

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