I created a VIP for a pool of two PowerShell hosts using NSX. This VIP should receive PS commands from vRO and pass them on to the actual PS hosts in a round-robin manner. I'm now trying to configure it as a PS host in vRO using the "Add a PowerShell Host" workflow with Kerberos authentication, but it keeps failing with the error "No valid credentials provided (Mechanism level: Server not found in Kerberos database(7))". I validated that the user credentials I used were correct and made sure I could add the actual servers as PS hosts. Also, since the VIP has no computer account in AD, I added several SPNs to the domain user I'm using for adding PS hosts, yet no change occurred.
I'm using vRO 7.1 with PowerShell plugin v220.127.116.1195943.
What am I missing?
Thanks in advance.
I have not done what you are asking, but if I were in a situation where I needed High Availability for my PowerShell host, the first place I would head is to Spas Kaloferov's blog, and follow this article in particular:
How to build vRO PowerShell Host (PSHost) for high availability (HA) (SKKB1016) | Spas Kaloferov's B...