Understanding why i can't check some option in MP in SCOM Portal

APTOS 221 Reputation points
2023-09-05T15:49:58.2766667+00:00

Hello ,

I am the administrator of SCOM, but I don't have the right to view properties in the SQL server management pack to see what configurations have been made, even on the summary

any idea please ?

regards

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  1. XinGuo-MSFT 14,236 Reputation points
    2023-09-06T08:25:24.0733333+00:00

    Hi,

    It seems like you're experiencing an issue where you, as the administrator of SCOM, don't have the necessary permissions to view properties and configurations within the SQL Server Management Pack in the SCOM console. Here are some steps you can take to troubleshoot and potentially resolve this issue:

    Check Role-Based Access Control (RBAC): SCOM uses Role-Based Access Control to manage permissions. Ensure that your user account has the appropriate role assigned, granting you access to view properties and configurations. If you're the SCOM administrator, you should have elevated privileges, but it's possible that the RBAC settings have been misconfigured.

    Verify Membership: Confirm that your user account is a member of the appropriate user group or role in SCOM that grants access to SQL Server Management Pack properties.

    Check User Scope: Sometimes, SCOM roles are scoped to specific management packs, objects, or groups. Ensure that your user account has been granted access to the SQL Server Management Pack or the specific SQL server instances you're interested in.

    Review SQL Server Permissions: In addition to SCOM permissions, ensure that your user account has the necessary permissions within SQL Server itself. You may need to check SQL Server roles and permissions to view SQL Server configurations.

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