Viewing security group details in Veritas Operations Manager 4.1
The Security Settings view displays the details of the security groups in Veritas Operations Manager. By default, the root security group is mapped to the root authentication group in the primary authentication broker. The root security group is associated with the Domain Admin role.
The following table describes the information that you can view for each security group:
Name of the security group.
Name of the authentication domain that you have associated with the security group.
The domain type in the authentication domain of the security group.
The predefined role that is associated with the security group.
This column displays the following predefined roles based on the Role and the Scope that you have specified in the New Security Group wizard panel:
You cannot provide any scope to the Guest role.
The scope that is provided to the role, which is part of the security group.
For the Domain Admin and the Domain Operator roles, this field displays the scope as Entire Domain. For the Operator and the Admin roles, this field displays the name of one or more business entities that are used to limit the scope of the roles.
For the Guest role, this field displays the scope as Entire Domain (Read-only).
Business entities are associated with the security group only if that security group is mapped to the Admin or the Operator roles.
Displays whether the role that is associated with the security group has privileges to access the views and reports and perform the operations that are related to out-of-band storage management.
In the Security Groups view, you can do the following:
Create new security groups.
Modify the existing security groups.
Remove the security groups.
To view the details of security groups
In the Security Groups view, the details of the security groups in a table.
See About the security model for Veritas Operations Manager 4.1
See Adding security groups to the Veritas Operations Manager domain using Veritas Operations Manager 4.1
See Modifying the security groups in the Veritas Operations Manager domain using Veritas Operations Manager 4.1
See Removing security groups from Veritas Operations Manager 4.1