Before you can access the UI of a proxied vSphere component, you must set up the proxies that are published to your organization.
Note: When the system administrator publishes a dedicated vSphere data center to your organization, or adds a proxy to one of your dedicated vSphere data centers, it is possible that it takes a few minutes for the browser to refetch the PAC from the provided URL. To force a refresh of the browser, you can repeat this procedure.
- Verify that the system administrator published at least one dedicated and enabled vCenter Server instance to your organization.
- Verify that the system administrator published the SDDC_VIEW and Token: Manage rights to your organization, and your role includes these rights.
- Verify that the system administrator published and enabled the CPOM extension plug-in to your organization. This plug-in provides the function for viewing and using dedicated vSphere data centers in the vCloud Director Tenant Portal.
- From the main menu (), select Datacenters.
- On the Dedicated vSphere Datacenters pane, click Click here to view Proxy Configuration Guide.
- Copy the PAC URL and click Next.
- Follow the instructions to configure your browser to point to the PAC URL.
- If a proxied component is using self-signed certificates, import the certificates to your browser.
- On the target vSphere data center card, click Actions, and click Import Certificate.
- Download the certificate and the certificate revocation list (CRL).
- Import the downloaded certificate to your browser.
See the user instructions for your browser.