Tag Archives: Authentication

Authenticate to vCenter from Active Directory credentials

By default, when you install vCenter, a SSO domain is deployed. When you authenticate on vCenter, you use an identity from this SSO Domain. vCenter can also use identities from other identity sources such as Active Directory and LDAP. Thanks to Active Directory, you can create groups, assign them to vCenter roles and then manage accesss from Active Directory. In ...

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Windows Azure Pack – Authenticate tenants with AD FS

By default, Windows Azure Pack provides an Authentication site for tenants. This authentication site can be replaced by an AD Federation Service (AD FS) to allow tenants to log on Windows Azure Pack portal with their own Active Directory credential. Below there is an example of how to authenticate tenants with AD FS: Fabrikam and Contoso forests represent two customers ...

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