How to Override a Default Price Sheet for a Specific VMM User Role
Updated: November 1, 2013
Applies To: System Center 2012 R2 Service Manager, System Center 2012 SP1 - Service Manager
After Service Manager has discovered cloud objects from the Operations Manager CI connector, you can assign an existing price sheet that applies default price values to all the resources of the cloud. This process is useful when you have many virtual machines so that you do not have to define prices for all the individual virtual machine parts. Once the default price sheet is assigned to a cloud, you can override the default values, on a per-user basis. For more information about assigning a default price sheet to a cloud, see How to Assign or Remove a Default Price Sheet for a Selected Cloud.
To override a default price sheet for a specific VMM user role
In the Service Manager console, select Administration.
In the Administration pane, expand Chargeback, expand Clouds, and then select All Clouds.
In the list of clouds, select one that you want to assign a price sheet to and then under Tasks, click Assign Price Sheet.
In <CloudName> form under User Role Price Sheet Overrides, click Add.
In the Select objects dialog box, select a VMM user role that you want to override the default price sheet with and click Add and then click OK.
Under User Role Price Sheet Overrides scroll to the right and click Assign Price Sheet and then select a price sheet that is applied for the selected user only, and then click OK.
Note If a cloud previously had a price sheet assigned, then assigning a new one automatically unassigns the price sheet that was used previously.
Click OK to close the <CloudName> form.
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