How can i grant permissions to use windows computer managment on a Netapp filer to manage share sessions etc.

I can connect to my Netapp filer from computer management and terminate share sessions etc using my domain admin account. I would like to grant this access to a non domain admin account using an ad security group or really anything that will work. What do i need to do?
worsnoptrAsked:
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SysExpertCommented:
I would try creating a user and see what rights are required for him to terminate sessions.

Maybe just a Local Admin account is needed ?

See the special rights section and you may find a solution.


I hope this helps !
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worsnoptrAuthor Commented:
How would i connect to windows computer management using a netapp local account?
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SysExpertCommented:
Not sure what you mean, but you need an account that is in AD, not local to the netapp Appliance.

Create a new user in AD and start adding in the rights needed to mange shared conections.

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worsnoptrAuthor Commented:
I don't think you understand what i am trying to do, the permission i need to grant are on the Netapp filer and currently the only group that has access is the domain admins i am try to find out how to add other groups to have permission on the netapp. Nothing i do in AD short of adding them to the domain admins group is going to do any good.
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SysExpertCommented:
Have you contacted NetApp support or checked their site ?
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worsnoptrAuthor Commented:
I was able to figure it out from operations manager -control center - setup - administrative users.
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worsnoptrAuthor Commented:
I was able to figure it out from operations manager -control center - setup - administrative users.
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