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How do I add a VM to a security group?

Created: Jan 10, 2020 03:03:10Latest reply: Mar 4, 2022 12:42:08 771 5 0 0 0
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Hello, cloud computing engineer!

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I want to add a VM to a security group, so can you guide me?

Thanks!


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olive.zhao
Admin Created Jan 10, 2020 03:14:45

Hello, dear!

A security group implements access control for VMs within a security group or in different security groups, enhancing VM security. After a security group is created by a VDC administrator, you can define access rules in it. These rules take effect for all added VMs. If the AZ type is VMware, ServiceCenter does not support the security group function. This section instructs VDC administrators to add a VM to a security group.

Step 1 Choose Console > VMs from the main menu. On the displayed VMs page, locate the row that contains the VM to be added to a security group, and click image1.png to expand the VM details.

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Step 2 Click image3.png next to NIC.

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Step 3 Locate the row that contains the NIC of the VM to be added to the security group, and choose More > Join Security Group.

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Step 4 Select a security group and click OK.

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Saqibaz
Saqibaz Created Mar 4, 2022 12:40:55 (0) (0)
 
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olive.zhao
olive.zhao Admin Created Jan 10, 2020 03:14:45

Hello, dear!

A security group implements access control for VMs within a security group or in different security groups, enhancing VM security. After a security group is created by a VDC administrator, you can define access rules in it. These rules take effect for all added VMs. If the AZ type is VMware, ServiceCenter does not support the security group function. This section instructs VDC administrators to add a VM to a security group.

Step 1 Choose Console > VMs from the main menu. On the displayed VMs page, locate the row that contains the VM to be added to a security group, and click image1.png to expand the VM details.

image2.png

Step 2 Click image3.png next to NIC.

image4.png

Step 3 Locate the row that contains the NIC of the VM to be added to the security group, and choose More > Join Security Group.

image5.png

Step 4 Select a security group and click OK.

image6.png

Thanks!

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Saqibaz
Saqibaz Created Mar 4, 2022 12:40:55 (0) (0)
 
gabo.lr
gabo.lr MVE Created Jan 10, 2020 03:14:46

Hello, please follow this guide

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stephen.xu
stephen.xu Created Dec 1, 2021 00:44:42 (0) (0)
Thank you!  
Saqibaz
Saqibaz Created Mar 4, 2022 12:42:08

well explained
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