VMWare vCenter Orchestrator SSO Configuration

Is there a limit on the number of Groups listed from the pulldown menu  vCO Admin - domain and group in setting up SSO ? If so is there a work around that can be done ?

My VCOAdmins group is not showing up neither are a number of groups like  vSphere Admins group etc ...

AD is rather large and goes across 2 Domains.
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
We have large domains, and trusted domains, and we've not had an issue, in being able to select groups.

Which version of  vCenter Orchestrator, I assume 5.5, otherwise you would use it's new name in 6.0 ?

It just does a AD lookup.
newbie2239Author Commented:
Using 5.5  ... I do not see all AD the Groups , if I were to use LDAP setup there is no problem but want to use SSO  .  There are more than a 1000 Groups in on AD alone .
Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
Do any groups with the letter v show up?

e.g. is it cutting off the list, by alpha values ?

We have more groups than that, across multiple domains, e.g. if you rename the group Apple, as a test do you see it, as a work around, you could maybe try, selecting a group and then rename it.
newbie2239Author Commented:
I was able to resolve it by logging into sso configuration in vcenter

* Create local group  vcoadmin
Add administrator@vsphere.local
added my AD group  vcoadmins

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