You can change the password or other details of a vCenter Single Sign-On user from a vCenter Single Sign-On management interface. You cannot rename users in the vsphere.local domain. That means you cannot rename firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can create additional users with the same privileges as email@example.com.
vCenter Single Sign-On users are stored in the vCenter Single Sign-On vsphere.local domain.
You can review the vCenter Single Sign-On password policies from the vSphere Client. Log in as firstname.lastname@example.org and from the Administration menu, select .
- Log in with the vSphere Client to the vCenter Server.
- Specify the user name and password for email@example.com or another member of the vCenter Single Sign-On Administrators group.
If you specified a different domain during installation, log in as administrator@ mydomain.
- Navigate to the vCenter Single Sign-On user configuration UI.
- From the Home menu, select Administration.
- Under Single Sign On, click Users and Groups.
- Click Users.
- Click the vertical ellipsis icon and select Edit.
- Edit the user attributes.
You cannot change the user name of the user.
The password must meet the password policy requirements for the system.
- Click OK.