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Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Manage Default Domains for vCenter Single Sign On


If a user name exists in more than one of the specified default domains, Single Sign On attempts to authenticate the user against each domain in the order listed. Authentication succeeds with the first domain that accepts the credentials that the user provided. By default, Single Sign On first validates the user against the local operating system identity source.

1

Browse to Administration > Sign-On and Discovery > Configuration in the vSphere Web Client.
2

On the Identity Sources tab, select a domain and click Add to Default Domains.
3

Click the Save icon.
The domain is added to the list of default domains.
4

(Optional) To change the order of the default domains, use the Move Up and Move Down arrows and click Save.
5

To remove a domain from the list, select the domain and click Remove.
6

Click the Save icon.
The domain is removed from the Default Domains list, but it remains in the list of identity sources.