dashrathreddyru
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I have 100 domain users who wants to access their respective folders in the vCenter server. but want to restrict them seeing other folders.

I have 100 domain users who wants to access their respective folders in the vCenter server. but want to restrict them seeing other folders.

In the attachment you can see that I have added one domain user to his VM folder with "Virtual Machine console user" role and he can see only his respective VM folder listed. In a similar way Please assist me with powercli script in which all the domain users can be added to their respective VM folders with any given role.

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LucD
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Your attached screenshot doesn't show anything I'm afraid.

How do you provide these users?

In a file? Which layout?

And how are these folders named?

Same name as the account?


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dashrathreddyru
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How do you provide these users? In a file? Which layout?

-Updated the user and folder details in a csv file

And how are these folders named? Same name as the account?

-Folder names are already created a per the user name.

In the current scenerio, I have created "UserandVMFolder.csv" (attached) which has 2 details "VMfolder" and "Userneedaccess". in this you can find the list of VM folder like "testA" which need to be access by user "userAname@domain.com". similarly "testB/C/D" etc.. folders need to be accessed/viewed by respective users.

Attached the screen shot from the vCenter view as well.. hope this clarifies.

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