Vcenter from another domain to ours

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  • ldev
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    #158932

    We have a sister domain we just took over and need to add their vcentre to ours. Whats the process to do this?

    we have the vlans communicating
    they are using load balancing and HA we are not


    wullieb1
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    #243697

    Re: Vcenter from another domain to ours

    Investigate using Linked Mode


    Maish
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    #326182

    Re: Vcenter from another domain to ours

    If you are in the same forest – then you should be able use linked mode.


    TigaFan09
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    #379440

    Re: Vcenter from another domain to ours

    So you have a vCenter Server in your domain, they have a vCenter Server in their domain, right? If your domain and their domain have a trust relationship established, you could use Linked Mode as others have advised.

    As an example, it would mean that you log the vSphere Client into your vCenter Server as usual, but you would be able to see their vCenter inventory objects in the same Client – once your account has been granted permissions in their vCenter Server inventory – Linked Mode is a single sign-on, single Client view of multiple vCenter Server instances.

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