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Is single sign-on possble with vCenter 4.1 web interface?

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Troy_Clavell
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Is single sign-on possble with vCenter 4.1 web interface?

no, only using the GUI.

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Troy_Clavell
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Is single sign-on possble with vCenter 4.1 web interface?

no, only using the GUI.

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RParker
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Is single sign-on possble with vCenter 4.1 web interface?

No but that's a great idea.

The optimal way to run (at least in my opinion) IS web interface.

It would be nice to make the web interface as robust as the client.. then EVERY one would be happy Smiley Happy Make the web single sign on, fast, and usable on any browser and include a mobile interface, done!

jof
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yes, I find it strange that there is no single sign-on for the web interface but i believe there won't even be a web interface in the next version or am i wrong? So the VI client will be the only way...

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RParker
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So the VI client will be the only way...

Didn't see that.. but not surprised. So we have to use the fat clients.. that's wonderful -sigh-

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jof
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just going from the release notes for vSphere 4.1

+vSphere 4.1 is the last product release for vSphere Web Access. As a

best practice, VMware recommends that you use the vSphere Client, which

contains all the functionality of Web Access. Because vSphere Web Access

is no longer being developed, support for this product is provided on a

best effort basis.+

I am assuming this includes Web Access for the vCenter also. Am I right in assuming this?

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