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VCP6.5 Blueprint

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VCP6.5-DCV Objective 1.2: Secure ESXi and vCenter Server VCP 6.5 Objectives
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VCP6.5-DCV Objective 1.3: Configure and Enable SSO and Identity Sources

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Blueprint for VCP6.5-DCV Objective 1.3 Configure and Enable SSO and Identity Sources

Describe PSC architecture and components  |  Differentiate available authentication methods with VMware vCenter  |  Perform a multi-site PSC installation  |  Configure/Manage Identity Sources  |  Configure/Manage Platform Services Controller (PSC)  |  Configure/Manage VMware Certificate Authority (VMCA)  |  Enable/Disable Single Sign-On (SSO) Users  |  Upgrade a single/complex PSC installation  |  Configure SSO policies  |  Add an ESXi host to an AD domain  |  Configure and Manage KMS for VM Encryption

  • Describe PSC architecture and components
  • Differentiate available authentication methods with VMware vCenter
  • Perform a multi-site PSC installation
  • Configure/Manage Identity Sources
  • Configure/Manage Platform Services Controller (PSC)
  • Configure/Manage VMware Certificate Authority (VMCA)
  • Enable/Disable Single Sign-On (SSO) Users
  • Upgrade a single/complex PSC installation
  • Configure SSO policies
  • Add an ESXi host to an AD domain
  • Configure and Manage KMS for VM Encryption

 

 

Resources

Official Resource Used for Exam Objective 1.3

VMware Technical Papers Specific to vSphere Security

General Links

Internal Links

 

 

VMwareKB. (June 22, 2015). "KBTV Webinars - SSL certificate handling in VMware vSphere 6".
Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHrw7n5tcDM

 

 

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Johnson, Terrance. (August 20, 2017). "How to Join a 6.5 vCenter Server Appliance to an Active Directory Domain".
Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UtQUeI3MnOY

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