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I have 3 questions in regard to the screenshot below:

1) I cannot remove the two controllers at the top (10.0.128.52 and 10.0.32.24). When I click the delete button, it says, "You cannot delete this controller". I don't know what they are, and don't think they're in use.

2) Why is there a red Alert for hosts 10.0.128.1 and 10.0.128.4? I can right click on them and choose "Set Recommended Values", but the alert comes back after the next server reboot.

3) The controller privileges do not show backup and recovery roles. It use to, but not sure why it disappeared. Where can make changes to privileges?

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The IPs for the controllers could be some other storage, I have seen this before.  With respect to the alarms on the ESXi hosts that could just indicate a reboot required.  I would recommend upgrading to 8.1.2, this would allow you to install the NFS plug-in and enable hardware acceleration on the NFS Datastores.
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Any thoughts on question #3?
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What are you still having an issue with?
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In the image below, the notification box does not show the backup and recovery roles. Where are these roles controlled, and how can I modify/change/delete the roles displayed.

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Typically I've see where we had to create api into groups for access as we do for read only to system manager.

Try this tool, makes it easy

https://communities.netapp.com/docs/DOC-19074
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