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AD Authentication for Virtual Environment[ESX 3.5/4.1]

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Here I am looking for expert advcie for solution...
 
if individuals can use their domain ids to login into different ESX host..n then will use sudo for root access?
 
how it can be implemented for all my ESX managed by single VC..?
 
and is there any other LDAP Server i have to prepare to enable authentication..with AD..?
 
and for that sudo..we have to make it enable by going to diff host or any quick..way..to enable all doman id with sudo access?
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Yes, you can add your ESX/ESXi servers to AD, and use your AD accounts to login.

You will need to go to each host, but once you have defined the configuration you can SCP this to all hosts from a host with the files.
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