You can perform some configuration operations from the vSphere Client such as joining the appliance to an Active Directory domain, networking, and other settings. What to read next Configuring vCenter ServerYou can configure vCenter Server from the vSphere Client and from the vCenter Server Management Interface. Join or Leave an Active Directory DomainYou can join vCenter Server to an Active Directory domain. You can attach the users and groups from this Active Directory domain to your vCenter Single Sign-On domain. You can leave the Active Directory domain. Add a User to the SystemConfiguration.BashShellAdministrators GroupTo enable access to the appliance Bash shell by using the vSphere Client, the user you use to log in must be a member of the SystemConfiguration.BashShellAdministrators group. By default, this group is empty and you must add a user to the group manually. Reboot a NodeIn the vSphere Client, you can reboot a node in vCenter Server. View the Health Status of NodesIn the vSphere Client, you can view the health status of vCenter Server nodes. Export a Support BundleYou can export a support bundle containing the log files for a specific product included in vCenter Server.