UCSManager (v.2.0(1s)) - Locales and Remotely Authenticated Users (AD)
We recently added LDAP authentication to our UCS Manager (v2.0(1s)) and the binding of roles works and users are able to login using their AD accounts. However, I was wondering if anyone knows how to assign a locale to a remotely authenticated user. The option seems greyed out on my end. There are a handful of people that only need to see their single blade and we don't want them to see the rest of our servers.
Re: UCSManager (v.2.0(1s)) - Locales and Remotely Authenticated
No they weren't part of those groups. I see where I went wrong: the mappings I made didn't include the locale, only the roles section.
However, I noticed another issue. Anyone that is in the base OU and below is allowed access to UCS Manager. Even if they are NOT apart of a UCS mapping, they get read-only access and see everything. Is there a way to deny all access unless a user is specifically apart of a group in AD that is mapped to a role in UCS Manager?
Lets say I have a blade on chassis 1 slot 6. I want a user in AD to only see and have access to that blade. Nothing else. Is that possible?
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