YasuoTakeuchi
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Can't Create New Workflow

Please help me.

I want to new workflow.

But my VMO can't execute ,because menu is gray-out on right click menu in Workflows tab.

Login user is VMO Administrators grop menber.

And this user has View,Execute,Inspect,Edit,Admin authorization.

・Create new OU

・Create new User in VMO_Users

・Create new group VMO_ADMIN in VMO_Users

・Add vmoadmin to VMO_ADMIN menber

Root: dc=company,dc=com

User lookup base: OU=VMO_Users,DC=company,DC=com

Group lookup base: OU=VMO_Users,DC=company,DC=com

vCO Admin group:CN=VMO_ADMIN,OU=VMO_Users,DC=company,DC=com

Anyone else having this problem?

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admin
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Could you try creating a vmo admin group outside the vmo user OU?

I am getting a feeling that vCO might be finding the admin user as a regular user. As a result, when you login, you are inherenting the user rights instead of the admin rights.

Sia

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YasuoTakeuchi
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Dear siayiu

Thank you for your answer.

I tryed to vreate the vmo admin group outside the vmo users OU,

and add the user that vmo users member to vmo admin group.

But,The situation is the same. I can't create new workflow.

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Burke-
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Okay, so the next question is: What type of VC License did you use to license your VCO server? Enterprise? If not, that may be the issue Smiley Happy

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admin
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You can use the Test LDAP login in vCO configurator, (the LDAP tab)

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