Microsoft Operations Manager 2000 uses Windows 2000 groups and accounts to restrict access to product functionality. For information about these groups, see the Installation Guide.
To use the Monitor snap-in, your user account must be a member of the OnePointOp Users user group.
Some tasks within the Monitor require other group membership.
|Creating a processing rule from an existing alert or event||OnePointOp Operators|
|Viewing the processing rule that generated a specific alert||OnePointOp Operators|
|Disabling an alert||OnePointOp Operators|
|Creating a custom task available to all users||OnePointOp ConfgAdms|
|Excluding a computer from the Managed Computers list of an Agent Manager||OnePointOp ConfgAdms|
|Modifying a private or public view||OnePointOp ConfgAdms (or the user account that created the view)|
|Ignoring agent status, and stopping ignoring agent status||OnePointOp ConfgAdms|
To use the Rules snap-in, your user account must be a member of the OnePointOp Operators user group.
To use the Configuration snap-in, your user account must be a member of the OnePointOp ConfgAdms user group.