We are curious as to what other ILMT Customers have done in a situation where… your company has certain “VERY highly secured virtual servers” that your internal systems security dept. will never allow a vendor app with ROOT access to be installed. Do you just pull these from your sub-capacity inventory and count these servers at ‘full capacity’? Or, are there some other Best Practices or exceptions other ILMT users have come up with?
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Re: ILMT installation on VERY highly secured virtual servers2012-11-21T20:50:29Z in response to SystemAdminHi Aneel,
I help ILMT customers on daily basis and I'm not aware of any case that could fit, as you wrote, 'other Best Practicies or exceptions'. You simply must give root access to ILMT agents or you resign from sub-cap and purchase the PVU licenses as for full cap.
Please have a look here as well:
The only exception I know is when you are not eligible for installing ILMT. Take a look at the agreement:
In such way, you can count PVU manually according to sub-cap rules. The scenarios that you must cover in such case are here:
Please let me know if my post answers your question.
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