In the previous post for this series, we’ve started with the basics by creating two custom groups and connect our vROps instance to the domain. I this part we will work some “object oriented” permissions magic.
vROps Custom Groups are very powerful if you know how to use them. One of the best kept secret in vROps 6 is the ability to configure user permissions for a specific object within the system, for example, a Custom Group.
Following my previous post around integrating the vCOps Custom UI with Active Directory, I had another talk with a fellow teammate about the fact that the process of providing limited view to user for a specific dashboard is not that intuitive. Once again, let’s try to simplify things.
Last week I had a talk around the fact that integrating vCOps Custom UI with Active Directory is not that of an intuitive process, let’s try simplify it.