Vcenter with SSO install

I tried to install Vcenter on windows 2008, it requires Single Sign on (SSO), I installed SSO, but it will accept by default, the username administrator@vsphere.local, if I give it the administrator@mydomain.com , it will not take. So I went ahead and and used administrator@vsphere.local, however when I try to add permission and add users or groups, it does not show mydomain in the drop down box.

How can I install SSO with my domain credentials?

Thank you
jskfanAsked:
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dipopoConnect With a Mentor Commented:
No! leave admin@System-Domain as it is no changing this to reflect your domain. When you have installed this then you can add additional administrators from AD.

http://www.vmadmin.co.uk/resources/36-virtualcenter/338-vmwarevsphere51p2sso
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dipopoConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Please re-install SSO leaving the admin@System-Domain as it is, just add a password [Do not change this for your domain details]

The default Single Sign-On administrator is admin@System-Domain with the password you specified at installation. You use these credentials to log in to the Single Sign-On administration tool in the vSphere Web Client. You can then assign Single Sign-On administrator privileges to users who are allowed to manage the Single Sign-On server. These users might be different from the users that administer vCenter Server.
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
the default SSO, user account that shows up during the installation is administrator@Vsphere.local
my account  which is domain administrator account is:
administrator@Mycompany.local
if i understand your suggestion, I need to leave administrator@Vsphere.local

correct?
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
I will Try it

Thanks
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