Create a user role in the vSphere Web Client with privileges that are required for vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager. The same role can be assigned to the user who can add a vCenter Server in vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager.

Prerequisites

Verify that you have administrative privileges to add a role to a user or a user group. You must have administrative privileges to use vCenter Server.

Procedure

  1. Log in to vCenter Server by using the vSphere Web Client.
  2. On the home page of vSphere Web Client, click Roles under Administration.
  3. Create a role for all system interactions between vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager and vCenter Server.
  4. On the Roles page, click the Create role action icon.
  5. Clone Read-only and provide a name to the role.
  6. In the Create Role dialog box, configure the role using the following configuration settings, and click Next.

    Setting

    Value

    Role Name

    vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager

    Privilege

    • Datastore

      • Select All privileges

    • Host.Local

      • Operations- Add Host to vCenter

      • Operations - Create Virtual Machine

      • Operations - Delete Virtual Machine

      • Operations - Reconfigure Virtual Machine

    • Network

      • Assign Network

    • Resource

      • Assign vApp to Resource Pool

      • Assign Virtual Machine to Resource Pool

    • vApp

      • Select All privileges

    • Virtual Machines

      • Select All privileges

    • Content Library

      • Select All privileges

    This role inherits the System Anonymous, System View, and System Read privileges.

    Note:

    If you have to create a content library, then you require permissions to create a content library. Content library uses a datastore to store all templates, so a user requires permission to access, read, and write on the same datastore , Therefore, all privileges under datastore and content library are needed.

  7. Provide a name to the new role and click Finish.
  8. Select Global Permissions under the Administration and click Manage.
  9. To add permissions, click the plus sign.
  10. Select the user and role that you have created, and click OK.