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How to Create an Endpoint within VMware vCloud Automation Center 6.0

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This video tutorial explains how to create an Endpoint within vCloud Automation Center 6. An Endpoint is a set of resources allocated to vCAC for virtual machine provisioning. Those resources could come from physical machines, VMware and Non-VMware virtualization managers.

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1. Login to vCAC engineering tenant

2. Brief description of what Endpoint is and those configured within the lab

3. New Endpoint creation by going to Virtual/vSphere/vCenter

4. Give the Endpoint a name

5. Give the address of the Endpoint in question

6. Create a set of credentials for authentication to Endpoint

7. Select credentials for the Endpoint in question

8. Note on “Specify Manager for Network and Security Platform” option

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