You can edit the vCenter Server, DNS and NTP server, and Lookup server that you specified during initial login. NSX Manager requires communication with your vCenter Server and services such as DNS and NTP to provide details on your VMware Infrastructure inventory.
Log In to the NSX Manager Virtual Appliance After you have installed and configured the NSX Manager virtual machine, log in to the NSX Manager virtual appliance to review the settings specified during installation.
Edit the NSX Manager Date and Time You can change the NTP server specified during initial login.
Configure a Syslog Server for NSX Manager If you specify a syslog server, NSX Manager sends all audit logs and system events to the syslog server.
Change FIPS Mode and TLS Settings on NSX Manager When you enable the FIPS mode, any secure communication to or from the NSX Manager will use cryptographic algorithms and protocols that are allowed by the United States Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS).
Edit DNS Servers You can change the DNS servers specified during Manager installation.
Edit Lookup Service Details You can change the Lookup Service details specified during initial login.
Edit vCenter Server You can change the vCenter Server with which you registered NSX Manager during installation. You should do this only if you change the IP address of your current vCenter Server.
Download Technical Support Logs for NSX You can download NSX Manager system logs and Web Manager logs to your desktop.
NSX Manager SSL Certification NSX Manager requires a signed certificate to authenticate the identity of the NSX Manager web service and encrypt information sent to the NSX Manager web server. The process entails generating a certificate signing request (CSR), getting it signed by a CA, and importing the signed SSL certificate into NSX Manager. As a security best practice, you should use the generate certificate option to generate a private key and public key, where the private key is saved to the NSX Manager.