Install an External Platform Services Controller for vSphere 6.0

With an External Platform Services Controller you have the ability to manage multiple vCenter servers from one pane. It sounded like quite a cool option so I thought I would get it installed in the lab!

vCenter Architecture Options:

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Hardware Requirements:

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  1. Build a Windows Server VM with 2 CPUs and 2 GB of RAM
  2. Attach the vCenter 6.0 ISO to your VM
  3. Double click the autorun to start setup. Click Install then next
  4. Enter a System Name and click Next

System Name
5. Fill out the vCenter Single Sign On Information and click next

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Note: The vCenter Single Sign on Domain must be different to Active directory domain or you will be presented with this message:

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6. Accept the default ports and click next

Ports
7. Click next

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8. Check the settings and click Install

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Once setup is completed, click Finish. Now you can connect your vCenter servers to the Platform services Controller.
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