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Access Control in VMware

Access Control

How to Restart Vpxa Agent ?

Click on host , go to configuration , go to security Profile, click on Properties (services)

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Select Vpxa agent , click on option , click on restart.

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Click on firewall Properties , check the option ssh client .

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Check the option Only allow connection from the following networks and enter the ip address , click on ok.

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Here we can observe the ip address of machine.

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Open the Putty section and type the host ip address click on open.

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Here we can observe that we are able to login through putty.

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How to enable lockdown mode ?

Click on Host , go to configuration tab, select security profile ,select the option edit.

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Check the option enable lockdown mode , click on ok.

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The access control system allows the vCenter Server administrator to define a user’s privileges to access objects in the inventory.

Key concepts:

-Privilege – Defines an action that can be performed

-Role – A set of privileges

-Object – The target of the action

-User/group – Indicates who can perform the action

All Together, a role, a user or group, and an object define a permission

How to Add Permission at Data Center Level ?

Right Click on Data center , select the option Add permissions.

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Select the domain as KTS, select user and click on ok.

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Select the role to user , click on ok

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Adding Read only Permission at host level to particular user ?

Right click on host , select the option add permission.

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Select the domain & user and click on ok

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Here we can observe user login into server.

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