Please help me.
I want to new workflow.
And this user has View,Execute,Inspect,Edit,Admin authorization.
・Create new group VMO_ADMIN in VMO_Users
・Add vmoadmin to VMO_ADMIN menber
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?
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.
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.
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