Manage VMware Single Sign-On VMware Single Sign-On (SSO) provides authentication to configure security policies and lock out or disable an account. Default policies do not require modification. You may have to modify policies or accounts if regulations require different policies or when troubleshooting a problem. Child TopicsReset the VMware Single Sign On passwordReset the VMware Single Sign On (SSO) administrator password if it is locked or expired. Manage the lockout status of VMware Single Sign OnView the lockout status of a VMware Single Sign On (SSO) account for VMware vSphere. Manage VMware Single Sign On default password policiesModify the VMware Single Sign On (SSO) default password policies for VMware vSphere. Manage VMware Single Sign On lockout policiesModify the strict lockout policy of VMware Single Sign On (SSO). Add an AD identity source to VMware Single Sign OnAssociate Windows AD to the VMware Single Sign On (SSO) service on the VMware Platform Services Controllers (PSCs). Install VMware vCenter Server root certificates on a web browserInstall trusted root certificates on Internet Explorer only. Parent topic VirtualizationAMP Central supports virtualization platforms for VMware vSphere 6.5 and later to provide the foundation for the private cloud.