EF & E-Series, SANtricity, and Related Plug-ins
Only the Read-Write user role can access the Array Manager and the array tree. The Read-Write role enables you to perform any action to a storage array in the array tree in the Array Manager.
This is not clear to me, do both accounts need to be declared on the array manager?The ro and rw accounts are declared on the proxy by default, is this also true for the array manager?
I don't understand the mapping between those accounts on the proxy and the array manager. You would really help me if you explain this in more detail. (or if the documentation is more clear on that)
Hi Mick, you don't need to do anything in the Array Manager for those accounts (ro and rw) to work, because they are local to the Webservices Proxy Application.
In other words you can only use them to interact with your E-Series System via the proxy (i.e. rest API).
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