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VMware Exam 2V0-21.23 Topic 1 Question 1 Discussion

Actual exam question for VMware's 2V0-21.23 exam
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Following a merger with another company, an administrator is tasked with configuring an identity source for VMware vCenter so that all vSphere administrators can authenticate using their existing Active Directory accounts. Each company has user accounts in their own Active Directory forests.

The following additional information has been provided:

* The corporate policy states that only Windows-based machine accounts are allowed in Active Directory. Which action should the administrator take to configure vCenter Single Sign-On (SSO) to meet this requirement?

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The action that should be taken to configure SSO to use existing Active Directory accounts without creating machine accounts in Active Directory is to configure SSO to use Active Directory (Integrated Windows Authentication) as the identity source, which allows using Windows session authentication credentials.

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