Before you install vCenter Single Sign-On, the vSphere Web Client, or deploy the vCenter Server Appliance, make sure that all machines on the vSphere network have their clocks synchronized.
If the clocks on vCenter Server network machines are not synchronized, SSL certificates, which are time-sensitive, might not be recognized as valid in communications between network machines. Unsynchronized clocks can result in authentication problems, which can cause the vSphere Web Client installation to fail or prevent the vCenter Server Appliance vpxd service from starting.
Make sure that any Windows host on which a vCenter component runs is synchronized with the NTP server. See the Knowledge Base article Timekeeping best practices for Windows, including NTP.