This video shows how to add internal domain users and groups, and assign roles and permissions to them using the Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager system.
Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager is an open-source virtualization solution for managing hosts, storage, and network configuration in enterprise infrastructures. It is used to deploy, monitor, move, stop and create VM images, as well as configure storage and networks.
Using the Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager system, this video introduces the method of adding internal domain users and groups which are previously configured by command line to the oVirt database. It demonstrates how to assign functional roles and permissions to users and groups, including creating custom roles to assign.
Note: The information provided here is not intended for productions systems and is unsupported.
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The following Resource links offer a wealth of additional videos and information on this subject:
oVirt Open Source Community site – https://www.ovirt.org/
Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager Documentation site - https://docs.oracle.com/en/virtualization/oracle-linux-virtualization-manager/index.html