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vShield Manager 5.1.2 vCenter Association

Posted on 2014-02-11
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I installed vShield Manager 5.1.2 and associated it with our vCenter server.  In hindsight, I wish I would have associated it using a different account.  Can I simply edit the information without any disruption?
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You can log on to the vShield Manager using the account you created -> go to Settings & Reports -> Users . And from there you can add the new account (recommend) or edit the user account.

Hope this helps.
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sigreaves earned 500 total points
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Are you talking about changing the user account used to register vShield Manager with vCenter Server?  If so, yes you can go ahead and change it.  Just make sure the account you change it to is a vCenter administrator.

If you are concerned you can take a snapshot of the vShield Manager and as long as no changes are going on at the time use that to fail vShield Manager back should you run into difficulties.
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