The user types allowed to perform actions on or view content in theHX Data Platform, include:
admin―A predefined user included with CiscoHX Data Platform. The password is set during HX Cluster creation. Same password is applied toroot. This user has read and modify permissions.
root―A predefined user included with CiscoHX Data Platform. The password is set during HX Cluster creation. Same password is applied toadmin. This user has read and modify permissions.
HX service account user―A created CiscoHX Data Platformuser. This user has read and modify permissions. The password is set during user creation.
read-only―Other domain admins are read only users. This user only has read permissions. The password is set during user creation.
Let me emphasise that two users, admin and root are set up during the cluster creation - this is part of the install process.
But the account I'm interested in is the HX service account user - which has its password set during user creation
So here I sit at an Active Directory console trying to create a HX service account user and I have NO idea how to do this.
And what really perplexes me, is that I can log into HX-Connect as the Active Directory Administrator, and I have read-only access in HX-Connect.
Especially when the documentation also states in relation to creating RBAC users for the Cisco HX Data Platform:
Two roles are supported. Privileges associated with these roles cannot be modified.
Administrator―The role allows users to modify the HX Storage Cluster. Most tasks that can be performed on aHX Storage Clusterrequire administrator privileges. Administrative users create other users and assign them roles.
So let's be clear: The Administrator role allows users to modify the HX Storage Cluster.
Yet while logged in as THE AD administrator, I dont' have privileges to modify the HX Storage Cluster.
I just don't understand
But at the end of the day, I don't want to log in as administrator anyway, I want to log in as myself, but give myself the privileges of the HX Service Account.
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