I set the SSO Domain years ago to the same domain as my active directory domain. This conflict means I cannot enable active directory as a identity source.
Any way of changing the SSO domain back to vsphere.local or something else post deployment?
This procedure should help you:
Set the Default Domain for vCenter Single Sign-On https://docs.vmware.com/en/VMware-vSphere/6.7/com.vmware.psc.doc/GUID-11E651EF-4503-43BC-91F1-15502D...
I think he meant he named sso domain same as AD, so this will break the identity source - There is a way, its a bit tricky but I have done it myself a few times, step by step guide here, but check the vmware docs as well https://virtualtassie.com/2018/vcenter-6-7-cross-sso-domain-repointing/
Does this procedure rename the LOCAL SSO domain? I had the same issue, named the LOCAL SSO to the same name as AD domain BEFORE i tried to join AD. So there is a conflict for identity soure. This is for vCenter 7.x . Any links to an easy step-by-step would be helpful.