In some companies, it is common practice to have different access levels for systems, such as administrator, service desk, and auditor. When implementing virtual servers using Hyper-V, it is also important to reflect these access levels.
The new version of Hyper-V makes this task easier when you need to specify particular users or groups to be Hyper-V Administrators, but you also might face scenarios where different levels are required.
This recipe will show you how to use the new feature Simple Authorization and how to create advanced access levels for Hyper-V users.
During the task, to add advanced permissions to a user, you will need to use groups. You can create and use local groups or Active Directory ...