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Question 320

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Question:
In which two vsphere.local groups should an administrator avoid adding members?

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Correct Answer:
- SolutionUsers
- Administrators


Discussion

Sjoerd Hooft, 2017/04/20 15:28

SolutionUsers - Solution users group vCenter services. Each solution user authenticates individually to vCenter Single Sign-On with a certificate. By default, VMCA provisions solution users with certificates. Do not add members to this group explicitly.

CAAdmins - Members of the CAAdmins group have administrator privileges for VMCA. Adding members to these groups is not usually recommended.

DCClients - This group is used internally to allow the management node access to data in VMware Directory Service. Note Do not modify this group. Any changes might compromise your certificate infrastructure.

Administrators - Administrators of the VMware Directory Service (vmdir). Members of this group can perform vCenter Single Sign-On administration tasks. Adding members to this group is not usually recommended.

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