vRO: Securing Your PowerShell Execution and Password in vRO (SKKB1035)

It’s only fair to share… In this blog post we will take a look at how we can secure your end to end PowerShell Execution from vRO. Including how not to show passwords when using CredSSP in a double-hop authentication scenario. Lab Environment Introduction UseCase 1 (least secure) UseCase 2 UseCase 3 (most secure) Securing Read more about vRO: Securing Your PowerShell Execution and Password in vRO (SKKB1035)[…]

Using CredSSP with the vCO PowerShell Plugin (SKKB1002)

It’s only fair to share… Lab Environment Introduction Security Considerations Configure WinRM and user token delegation (CredSSP). Configure Windows Credential Delegation using the Credential Security Service Provider (CredSSP) module. Configure Windows service principal names (SPN’s) for WinRM Grant WinRM service access to the private key of valid certificate Edit the Kerberos Domain realm on the Read more about Using CredSSP with the vCO PowerShell Plugin (SKKB1002)[…]