You can use lmvutil commands to remove a user or group from a global entitlement.

Prerequisites

Become familiar with the lmvutil command authentication options and requirements and verify that you have sufficient privileges to run the lmvutil command. See lmvutil Command Authentication.

Procedure

  • To remove a user from a global entitlement, run the lmvutil command with --removeUserEntitlement option.
    You can run this command on any View Connection Server instance in the pod federation.
    lmvutil --removeUserEntitlement --userName domain\username --entitlementName name
    Option Description
    --userName Specifies the name of the user to remove from the global entitlement. Use the format domain\username.
    --entitlementName Specifies the name of the global entitlement to modify.
    For example:
    lmvutil --authAs adminEast --authDomain domainEast --authPassword "*"
    --removeUserEntitlement --userName domainCentral\adminCentral --entitlementName "Agent Sales"
  • To remove a group from a global entitlement, run the lmvutil command with the --removeGroupEntitlement option.
    You can run this command on any View Connection Server instance in the pod federation.
    lmvutil --removeGroupEntitlement --groupName domain\groupname --entitlementName name
    Option Description
    --groupName Specifies the name of the group to remove from the global entitlement. Use the format domain\groupname.
    --entitlementName Specifies the name of the global entitlement to modify.
    For example:
    lmvutil --authAs adminEast --authDomain domainEast --authPassword "*"
    --removeGroupEntitlement --groupName domainCentral\adminCentralGroup --entitlementName "Agent Sales"