Learn how to set up self-service user content. This allows the specified users to create their own virtual machines instead of relying on the administrator. This can save time for the IT staff and save frustration for end users who don’t want to wait for
- [Instructor] Adding the self service user role…allows users in Virtual Machine Manager…to not be administrators but still administer…their own virtual machines we give them access to.…So let's minimize our Virtual Machine Manager console…and go into File Explorer.…I've gone ahead and created a folder called SSUD,…short for Self Service User Data,…and I've copyed in a template for a Virtual Machine.…Let's go back and let's right click on our SSUD folder.…Go to properties,…and we're going to add sharing,…but we're just going to add it for the administrator…for full access, let's click Add.…
Administrator.…Full Access, let's remove everyone,…and then let's add again,…a self service user,…I created in active directory users and computers,…and it's just a regular user,…nothing special about that user.…However, we're just going to give that user…read only access to this share.…Let's click OK, and OK.…Let's go to the security side…and then let's make sure…that our user also has access here as well.…
And again, they're not given the ability to modify.…
- Creating host groups
- Adding and managing VMM hosts
- Managing VMware hosts
- Setting up logical and VM networks
- Creating port profiles and logical switches
- Configuring load balancing
- Deploying a virtual machine
- VMM library
- Deploying virtual machines and services in VMM
- VMM profiles and templates
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introduction to Virtual Machine Manager
2. VMM Hosts
3. VMM Networking
4. VMM Storage
5. VMM Library
6. Deploying Virtual Machines and Services in VMM
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