So you are logging in with the administrator username. This administrator may be administrator@localos user. This will depend on what the default Identity Source is in the SSO Configuration.
You can check this in the vSphere Web Client. Home -> Administration -> Configuration -> Identity Sources ( look for (default) next to the Identity Source Name )
If the Local OS is the default IDS , then will will have to grant the Local Windows Administrator permissions to the vCenter Server.
Since Local OS is your default, as John states, you need to provide the "local" administrator password to RVC, not the vspex.local AD administrator password and not the email@example.com password.
I'm using the correct password for the locacl administrator account.
It turns out that, I need to add pemission of local Administrator account to VCenter -> Manage -> Permissions, with the Administrator Role.
After that, I can RVC from the Appliance to the VCenter account.
Thanks to all.
Two conditions must comply to login a user in RVC:
- The domain/Local OS must be your default identity source in which the user exist. To set your default identity source, Go to - Home > Administration > Single Sign-On> Configuration > Identity Sources. Select the identity source from the list. Click ->Set as Default Domain.
- The user must have Administrator Role on vcenter server. To give that user administrator role:
a) Right Click to the vcenter server > All vCeneter Actions> Add Permisson.
b) On the left pane (Users and Groups) Click Add. On the "Domain" drop down list select the domain which you have set your default domain in step 1. Select the user from the list , then click add. Then click OK.
c) On the right pane (Assigned Role) click the drop down list and select Administrator. Click OK.