Hello guys in previous post we have learned about vSphere 6 Permissions & its different Permissions. It has 4 types of Permissions. You can create single user or you can create the groups in which you can add users to assign permission to the whole groups .So here in this post i will show you how to create groups in vCenter single sign-on
So Let’s check how to create New Group in vCenter Single Sign-on Step by Step.
Create Group in vCenter Single Sign-On:-
Logon to your vSphere Web Client using Administrator access.
Choose the Administration from Navigator Menu.
Expand the Option Single Sign-On.
Choose the Users & Groups
Choose the Groups Tab as shown.
Click on Green Plus icon to create new group.
Provide the Group Name & Description.
Click OK to save & close.
That’s it you have successfully created the group. You can check your group is listed.
Using this way you can create the groups in vCenter Single Sign-On.
Checkout Our Posts on vCenter Server Permissions :-
- vSphere 6 Permissions Explained
- How to create vCenter Single Sign-On User ?
- How to Add user into Administrator Group ?
- How to Configure Password & Lockout Policy in Single Sign-On ?
- How to Integrate Active Directory with vCenter Single Sign-On ?
- How to create new Role in vCenter Access Control ?
- How to Assign Permissions to the User ?
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