joe4VMware
Contributor
Contributor

vSphere Web Client and vCenter Orchestrator

How is it possible to restrict a default user (VM user) to edit Workflow Associations in vSphere Web Client.

thx

Josef

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heilyn
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Contributor

You can do it by changing your advance setting of your virtual machine.

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joe4VMware
Contributor
Contributor

Hi heilyn,

I not understand what you mean can you please send me a short description.

Many thanks

Josef

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iiliev
VMware Employee
VMware Employee

Currently there is no such option.

What is your use case? Perhaps you want administrator(s) to pre-configure workflow associations for all regular users?

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joe4VMware
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Contributor

Yes right the User only should have the rights to start workflow.

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iiliev
VMware Employee
VMware Employee

The problem at the time we implemented this functionality was that Web Client persistence API allowed file read/write operations on per user basis, meaning each user could read/write files only from its own disk folder. So if the admin makes some modifications and stores them, they won't be accessible to other users.