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How to Change the Orchestrator Users Group

 

Applies To: System Center 2012 SP1 - Orchestrator, System Center 2012 - Orchestrator, System Center 2012 R2 Orchestrator

You might want to change the Orchestrator users group after installation because of changes in your environment. For example, you might want to use a local group during installation, and then change it to a domain account later.

You can change the Orchestrator Users group by using the PermissionsConfig tool, which is located on the management server in <InstallDir>\Management Server. The syntax of this tool is as follows:

PermissionsConfig–OrchestratorUsersGroupGroupName–OrchestratorUserUserName-remote

Note that the PermissionsConfig tool does not send results to standard output. To view the results of the command, check the %errorlevel% in the Orchestrator log file that is located at C:\Users\SCXSVC\AppData\Local\SCO\LOGS. The results are 1 for failure, 0 for success.

You can get an explanation of the parameters for the PermissionsConfig tool by typing the following command:

PermissionsConfig –help

The following table explains the parameters.

Parameter

Details

OrchestratorUsersGroup

The name of the group to use for Orchestrator permissions.

OrchestratorUser

If this parameter is specified with a user name, the user is granted immediate access to Orchestrator whether a member of the specified group or not. This is to prevent the requirement for the user to log off and on if the group has just been created.

Remote

Indicates that the Runbook Designer can be run from a computer other than the management server.

For example, to change the Orchestrator users group to a group that is named Orchestrator Users in a domain that is named Contoso, use the following command:

PermissionsConfig –OrchestratorUsersGroup "Contoso\Orchestrator Users" -remote

System_CAPS_importantImportant

You must run the PermissionsConfig tool at a command prompt with administrative credentials because it modifies group memberships. To do this, right-click the Command Prompt icon to select Run as Administrator.

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