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How do I give a user read only access in DFM

Or even to Filerview? We are hosting several systems for other parts of the company and this guy would like to "see his stuff". I'm fine with that as long as he can't change his stuff in a way that could impact other customers (he's on his own volumes but the underlying aggrs are shared with others).

Any suggestions? 7.3.2 & DFM here.

Re: How do I give a user read only access in DFM

Do you want to use API or CLI

As for CLI you can use

dfm user role set (to set roles to user)

dfm role list (to get list of possible roles)

I think the role "GlobalRead" should give read only access.

Regards

Vishal Kulkarni

Re: How do I give a user read only access in DFM

Following steps will help you to create a Filerview Readonly Account in Filer.

f3020> useradmin role add read-role -a filerview-readonly
Role <read-role> added.
f3020> useradmin group add read-grp -r read-role
Group <read-grp> added.
f3020> useradmin user add read-user -g read-grp
New password:================================> Enter your password for  read-user account
Retype new password:
User <read-user> added.
f3020>

After making the changes above, the read-user account should be restricted to read-only access and he should be able to login to FilerView with readonly access.

Thanks

Daniel

Re: How do I give a user read only access in DFM

What would the minimal role a local account on a filer would need to to have oncommand 5.1 log in collect info.   read only doesn't seem to allow ssh which in turn no cli access: there fore dfm fails to connect.

Thanks