VDI | Single Cluster with different privelleges

arjay Lv2Posted 15 Jun 2022 11:02

Is it possible to have different privilleges per group (Group A and Group B) so they can manage Virtual Desktops of each group separately?

for example the Group A Admin can only see and manage the Virtual desktops of Group A and the Group B Admin can only manage virtual desktops of Group B, even though they are in a single cluster?

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This can be done using the "Resources" option. The resources are the resources that can be accessed by specified users.
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Imran Tahir Lv4Posted 20 Jun 2022 12:24
  
Yes that is possible
jsix Lv2Posted 20 Jun 2022 14:52
  
Yes, it is possible to have different privileges per group in VDI.
jetjetd Lv5Posted 20 Jun 2022 15:43
  
This can be done using the "Resources" option. The resources are the resources that can be accessed by specified users.
Farina Ahmed Lv3Posted 20 Jun 2022 16:03
  
Yes possible, even privileges can be granted on per user basis in order to avoid security risks in the network.
regidorreyes Lv4Posted 21 Jun 2022 08:52
  
Yes, it is possible to have different privileges per group. In fact this is the solution for the problem of "anauthorized access". Separation of privileges is another layer of security.
Luih Miranda Lv3Posted 21 Jun 2022 09:24
  
Yes, having different privileges per group can manage Virtual Desktops each group in a single cluster is possible
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Pat Lv3Posted 21 Jun 2022 20:48
  
Yes, possible to have different privilleges per group. It is also important that they can manage Virtual Desktops of each group separately so that we can ensure that there will be performing a maintenance. Failure to perform maintenance in that cluster results in 50% decrease in compute and IO resources and no further availability protection.
rivsy Lv4Posted 22 Jun 2022 15:30
  
Yes that is possible as long you configure it correctly
Faisal P Lv8Posted 22 Jun 2022 18:37
  
Yes, it's possible.

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