You can use the lmvutil command with the --addUserEntitlement or --addGroupEntitlement option to add a user or group to a global entitlement.

Syntax

lmvutil --addUserEntitlement --userName domain\username --entitlementName name
lmvutil --addGroupEntitlement --groupName domain\groupname --entitlementName name

Usage Notes

Repeat this command for each user or group that you want to add to the global entitlement.

These commands return an error message if the specified entitlement, user, or group does not exist or if the command cannot add the user or group to the entitlement.

Options

You can specify these options when you add a user or group to a global entitlement.

Table 1. Options for Adding a User or Group to a Global Entitlement

Option

Description

--userName

Specifies the name of a user to add to the global entitlement. Use the format domain\username.

--groupName

Specifies the name of a group to add to the global entitlement. Use the format domain\groupname.

--entitlementName

Specifies the name of the global entitlement to which to add the user or group.

Example

lmvutil --authAs adminEast --authDomain domainEast --authPassword "*" --addUserEntitlement --userName domainCentral\adminCentral --entitlementName "Agent Sales"

lmvutil --authAs adminEast --authDomain domainEast --authPassword "*" 
--addGroupEntitlement --groupName domainCentral\adminCentralGroup --entitlementName "Agent Sales"