You can have an already deployed vCloud Availability Portal host or you can deploy it as part of the automated installation process.
Update the property values according to your environment.
You provide the registry name of vCloud Director for which the vCloud Availability Portal host is configured as the vcd property name.
The https-certificate property value is optional. If you provide it, you must also set the set https-certificate property value. If you do not provide it, a self-signed certificate is created.
If you already set either the ssh-password or the ntp-address as global properties at the beginning of the registry file, you do not need to specify them in the registry entry.
Registry Entry for an Existing vCloud Availability Portal Host
ui ui.0 address portal-address ssh-password ssh-password ssh-thumbprint ssh-thumbprint ntp ntp-address vcd vcd-registry-name truststore-password truststore-password https-certificate path-to-certificate-file https-key path-to-key-file
Registry Entry for the Deployment of a vCloud Availability Portal Host
ui ui.1 placement-vsphere vsphere-registry-name placement-address static-IP-address ovf-url URL ssh-password ssh-password ntp ntp-address vcd vcd-registry-name truststore-password truststore-password https-certificate path-to-certificate-file https-key path-to-key-file deployment-type small
The deployment-type property value is optional. You can set it to one of small, medium, and large value. Default value is small. For more information, see Create vCloud Availability Portal Host.
The placement-address property name is optional. Provide it if you use static network addresses.
The ovf-url property name is optional. Provide it if you want to specify a custom location for the OVA deployment.