To ensure that users can run actions in vRealize Operations Manager, you must configure user access to the actions. You create action roles to control which actions a user can run and create user groups to control which action adapter objects are available to the groups to which each user belongs.

Verify that the vCenter Python Actions Adapter is configured. See Add a vCenter Python Actions Adapter Instance in vRealize Operations Manager.

Verify that you have sufficient privileges to configure the user access settings.

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To run actions in vRealize Operations Manager, you must give users permission to run the individual actions as part of the user role. You use the role permissions to control who can run actions. If you create multiple roles, you can assign some users permission to run a subset of the actions and assign other users permission to run a different subset of actions.

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To run actions in vRealize Operations Manager, you create a user group to which you add one or more roles. Creating user groups with assigned roles allows you to add users to the group rather than configuring individual user privileges.