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greatscott
Level 12

MOVE 4.0 vSphere Account Permissions

Looking through the MOVE 4.0 documentation, it looks like a vSphere service account is required to be registered in ePO. Anyone know what permissions it needs within vSphere?

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greatscott
Level 12

Re: MOVE 4.0 vSphere Account Permissions

Anyone?

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wlampert
Level 9

Re: MOVE 4.0 vSphere Account Permissions

+1 - Anyone???

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wlampert
Level 9

Re: MOVE 4.0 vSphere Account Permissions

Just wanted to let you know that after contacting McAfee about this, they suggest that the vSphere Service Account has administrative access. They don't really drill down on explaining why (Right now I have mine set to Read-Only and is working) but that is what they told me.

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McAfee Employee

Re: MOVE 4.0 vSphere Account Permissions

​, at a minimum, the registered vcenter cloud account needs read only rights. this will allow to see your clusters, hosts and VMs. You can tag them, organize as needed. If the systems are part of a domain, then you can target those systems with the custom tag, deploy agent and manage.

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