How do I find my SSO site name?
Begin by SSH to your platform services controller (PSC). Run the following command to discover your SSO Domain Name: /usr/lib/vmware-vmafd/bin/vmafd-cli get-domain-name –server-name localhost Command to discover your SSO Site Name: /usr/lib/vmware-vmafd/bin/vmafd-cli get-site-name –server-name […]
What is my SSO domain in vCenter?
Let’s also recap what a vSphere Single-Sign-On (SSO) Domain is and what it contains. An SSO Domain is the domain that vSphere uses to connect vCenter Servers in a federation. An SSO Domain contains Tags, Licenses, Categories, Global Permissions, Roles, and Privileges. The SSO Domain name defaults to vsphere.
What is the vCenter lookup service?
The role of this service is to register the location of all the components connecting to vCenter to allow them to find one another and communicate securely. During the installation of the PSC (embedded or not), the Lookup service is automatically installed.
How do I find my vCenter domain name?
You will find it in the following two configuration files:
- Windows: C:\ProgramData\VMware\vCenterServer\cfg\install-defaults\vmdir.domain-name.
- VCSA: /etc/vmware/install-defaults/vmdir.domain-name.
- VCSA 6.0u2: /usr/lib/vmware-vmafd/bin/vmafd-cli get-domain-name –server-name localhost.
How do I find my SSO server on VMware?
To determine the version of SSO installed:
- Log in to the server where SSO is installed.
- Click Start > Run, type regedit, and click OK.
- Navigate to HKLM > SOFTWARE > VMware, Inc. > VMware Infrastructure > SSOServer.
- The InstalledVersion Key Name provides the version number of SSO installed.
Is VMware a domain?
The domain name is used by the VMware Directory Service (vmdir) for all Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) internal structuring. You can give your domain a unique name. To prevent authentication conflicts, use a name that is not used by OpenLDAP, Microsoft Active Directory, and other directory services.
How do I change my SSO domain to vCenter?
- How to repoint a vSphere SSO Domain.
- Enable SSH access on vCenter Server Appliance.
- Click to enable SSH access.
- Log in to the VCSA appliance with the Putty client.
- Use cmsso util to see the options.
- Domain repoint precheck.
- Location of registered conflicts are registered.
- SSO repointing was successful.
Where is the vCenter SSO configured?
By default, this is located at https://servername:5480 . Click the vCenter Server tab. Click SSO.
How can I tell if SSO is running in VMware?
Log in to the vSphere Web Client with a vCenter Single Sign-on administrator account. Navigate to Administration > Deployment > System Configuration. Click on Services to view the list of all services within the vCenter Server system.
What are VMware services?
What Is VMware Cloud Services? VMware Cloud services are services that enable you to integrate, manage, and secure applications on cloud resources. These services work for any cloud service using VMware and can help you centralize the management and maintenance of hybrid or multi-cloud environments.
How do I know if SSO is VMware?
What is SSO in VMware?
vCenter Single Sign-On (SSO) is a component of the VMware Cloud Suite. SSO deals with identity management for administrators and applications that interact with the vSphere platform. SSO is based on identity management technology built by RSA and specifically tailored for VMware Cloud Infrastructure deployment.