Configure vSphere Data Protection appliance to use the IP of the load balancer as vCenter Single Sign-On.

Verify that you have successfully deployed vSphere Data Protection appliance.

1

In a Web browser, go to https://192.168.110.46:8543/vdp-configure/ and log in to the configuration interface of the vSphere Data Protection appliance.

2

On the Configuration page, in the VDP Appliance section, click the All Actions icon, and click vCenter registration.

3

Review the information on the screen and select the check box at the bottom of the page, and click Next.

4

On the vCenter Configuration page, enter the following settings and click Next.

Option

Value

vCenter username

vsphere.local\administrator

vCenter password

administrator_user_password

vCenter FQDN or IP

192.168.110.45

vCenter HTTP port

80

vCenter HTTPS port

443

Use vCenter for SSO authentication

Leave deselected

SSO FQDN or IP

sso.acme.local

SSO port

7444

5

Click Finish to complete the wizard and wait for the new changes to take effect.

You have successfully configured your vSphere Data Protection instance to use the virtual IP address of the load balancer.

Verify vSphere Data Protection authentication settings.

1

Log out and log back in to the vSphere Data Protection appliance configuration interface.

2

Perform service level tests, as described in Test Your Highly Available vCenter Single Sign-On Environment.