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Control user access to virtualization objects and data

Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Use account limitations to restrict user access to virtual machines, hosts, clusters, or data stores, or to withhold information from users.

Set up user account limitations

  1. Log in to the Orion Web Console as an administrator.
  2. Click Settings > All Settings > Manage Accounts.
  3. To limit an individual user account:
    1. On the Individual Accounts tab, select the account, and click Edit.
    2. In the Account Limitations section, click Add Limitation.
    3. Select the limitation type, and click Continue.
    4. On the Configure Limitation page, define the limitation, and click Submit.
  4. To limit a group account:
    1. On the Groups tab, select the group account, and click Edit.
    2. In the Account Limitations section, click Add Limitation.
    3. Select the limitation type, and click Continue.
    4. On the Configure Limitation page, define the limitation, and click Submit.

    Group account limitations only apply to the group account, and not, by extension, to the accounts of group members.

 
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