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VMware SSO can you merge 2 " master" sites at a later date ?

Posted on 2014-01-31
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how can i do this


i have sso 5.5 and what it to be master at both sites and then make one of them a second site  how can I do this?


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You can install SSO, in a few modes, Basic, HA and Multisite?

So you would like todo a Multi-Site installation?
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yeah but can i build the SSO and Vcenter as a primary site and then reinsall SSO for a multisite config?
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reinsalled SSO , inventory serivce and vcenter with local DB and single site SSO

working now!!
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Yes, you can.
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Ok just to be sure I AM GOINg to reinstall SSO as a slave site and point to the master site


thanks!
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there is no way a SSO reinstall can mess up an existing Vcenter?
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Yes, it can!
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I have 2 perfectly working sites with SSO 5.5 , and they are independent , is there a way to link them and make one the master with out re-installing them?  

I am looking for the safest method


thanks1!!!
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I'm afraid not. When you install SSO, you select at this stage, what SSO function you require.

It's called "Planning & Design"!
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yeah , I know , so the only way to do this is to re install over the existing SSO  and the existing Vcenter ?
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE) earned 500 total points
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That is correct.
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thanks again man!
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