Could you please help me with ssl certificate connection issue between citrix XenDesktop Studio and VMware vSphere server.
Let me give you more info on what I've done so far to make more understandable: I'm using vmware workstation 7 to set up my own home virtual environment. I've set up two DC's and one member server with Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, one Win 7 Pro client, one DDC (desktop delivery controller) with Citrix Xendesktop 7.1 30-days trial version and one VM with VMware vSphere 5.5 30-days trial. I've successfully installed all of the Xendesktop 7.1components (xendesktop, licence server, SQL server,desktop director, desktop studio) on the same server and named it DDC. I've also successfully installed VMware vSphere 5.5 on other VM. When I started setting up and deploying desktop studio I was prompted for host address, username and password so I put in https://ip
address of the vSphere server (taken from the vSphere server itself) and username: root and root's password (these logon credentials are completely the same and match to these that I'd set up when I was installing vSpehere server) and I kept getting SSL certificate connection error message (see the screen shot) and I couldn't have established ssl connection between Xendesktop Studion (DDC) and my vmware vSphere infrastructure due to unknown VMware vSphere's ssl certificate. I did try importing and installing vmware ssl certificate from DDC as I clicked on ''View Certificate'' and imported successfully into DDC's Certificate Store\Trusted People\Local Computer but still no luck as I kept getting this ssl error connection message.
I did try exporting ssl certificate directly from vSphere server but I couldn't find any oprions for that as I don't have experience in vSphere and also not familiar with vSphere's management interface. I don't know how to launch any vClient web interface neither from vSphere server nor from DDC.
Could you please help me or give me any advice on how to resolve this ssl certificate connection issue to get connected Xendesktop studio to vSphere host infrastructure and how to launch vCenter web client to get access to vSphere server remotely.
Thank you in advance.