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PowerChute Network Shutdown versions 4.x Required VMware vSphere Permissions

What vSphere permissions are required by PowerChute Network Shutdown 4.x for VMware?

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PowerChute Network Shutdown versions 4.x for VMware

vCenter Server 5.x, 6.x, 7.0
ESXi 5.x, 6.x, 7.0

Permissions required by PowerChute Network Shutdown when performing VMware related functions.


The attached PDF outlines the permissions required by PowerChute Network Shutdown to carry out the tasks below:
Deploying PowerChute Virtual Appliance
Creating the vCenter Plug-in
Creating and triggering vCenter Alarms
Virtual Machine Migration
Virtual Machine Shutdown/Startup
vApp Shutdown/Start
Putting Hosts in to maintenance mode
Shutting down Hosts
This allows you to create a service account role for PowerChute in vSphere instead of assigning the Administrator role which has full privileges.

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