Use the Users screen on the vCloud Director tenant portal's SSL VPN-Plus tab to add accounts for your remote users to the local authentication server for the edge gateway's SSL VPN service.
About this task
If a local authentication server is not already configured, adding a user on the Users screen automatically adds a local authentication server with default values. You can then use the edit button on the Authentication screen to view and edit the default values. For information about using the Authentication screen, see Configure an Authentication Service for SSL VPN-Plus on an Edge Gateway.
To use the vCloud Director tenant portal to work with an edge gateway's settings, the edge gateway must be converted to an advanced edge gateway. You can do this on the edge gateway in the vCloud Director Web console or from the tenant portal. For details on performing this step from the tenant portal, see Convert an Edge Gateway to an Advanced Edge Gateway.
Open the tenant portal and browse to the SSL-VPN Plus screen as described in Navigate to the SSL-VPN Plus Screen in the Tenant Portal.
- On the tenant portal's SSL VPN-Plus tab, click Users.
- Click the + icon.
- In the window that opens, configure the following options for the user.
Type the user ID.
Type a password for the user.
Retype the password.
(Optional) Type the first name of the user.
(Optional) Type the last name of the user.
(Optional) Type a description for the user.
Specify whether this user is enabled or disabled.
Password never expires
(Optional) Specify whether to always keep the same password for this user.
Allow change password
(Optional) Specify whether to let the user change the password.
Change password on next login
(Optional) Specify whether you want this user to change the password the next time the user logs in.
- Click Keep to add this entry to the on-screen table.
- Repeat the steps to add additional users.
What to do next
Add local users to the local authentication server so that they can connect with SSL VPN-Plus. See Add SSL VPN-Plus Users to the Local SSL VPN-Plus Authentication Server.
Create an installation package containing the SSL Client so the remote users can install it on their local systems. See Add an SSL VPN-Plus Client Installation Package