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Understanding and Configuring VMM 2008 User Roles

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Microsoft's Virtual Machine Manager (VMM 2008) provides considerable power of control over distributed virtualization environments. With great power, as the saying goes, comes great responsibility. A VMM user with full administrative privileges can create, configure and destroy virtual machines and any associated storage at will with a few mouse clicks. Given unrestrained access to the VMM environment to the wrong person would be nothing short of a disaster.

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