vSphere 6 – Configure and Administer Role-based Access Control

Users, and roles control who has access to vSphere components and what actions each user can perform. A role is a predefined set of privileges. Privileges define rights to perform actions and read properties. For example, the Virtual Machine Administrator role consists of read properties and of a set of rights to perform actions. The role allows a user to read and change virtual machine attributes. When you assign permissions, you pair a user or group with a role and associate that pairing with an inventory object. A single user or group can have different roles for different objects in the inventory.


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