You can create proxies that tenants can use to access the underlying vSphere environment. You can create proxies for dedicated vCenter Server instances in vCloud Director.
- Verify that you have at least one vCenter Server instance with enabled tenant access in your vCloud Director environment. See Managing Dedicated vCenter Server Instances and Proxies.
- From the main menu (), select vSphere Resources.
- In the left panel, click vCenters.
- Select a dedicated vCenter Server instance.
- On the page with detailed vCenter Server information, click the Proxies tab and click New.
- Enter a name, target host, and the UI URL of the new proxy.
The target host is the host name or IP address of the component that you want vCloud Director to be a proxy for. The UI URL of the new proxy is the URL to which the vCloud Director UI directs to when the tenant opens the proxy.
- If you want the proxy to be visible to the tenants, toggle on the Tenant visible option.
- (Optional) Click Select a parent proxy and select a proxy from the list.
- Click Save.