cmsso-util domain-repoint -m execute --src-emb-admin Administrator --replication-partner-fqdn vCenter1.domain.intern --replication-partner-admin Administrator --dest-domain-name vsphere.local
Enter Source embedded vCenter Server Admin Password :
Enter Replication partner Platform Services Controller Admin Password :
The domain-repoint operation will export License, Tags, Authorization data
before repoint and import after repoint.
WARNING: Global Permissions for the source vCenter Server system will be lost. The
administrator for the target domain must add global permissions manually.
Source domain users and groups will be lost after the Repoint operation.
User 'Administrator@vsphere.local' will be assigned administrator role on the
source vCenter Server system.
The default resolution mode for Tags and Authorization conflicts is Copy,
unless overridden in the conflict files generated during pre-check.
Solutions and plugins registered with vCenter Server must be re-registered.
Before running the Repoint operation, you should backupof all nodes
including external databases. You can use file based backups to restore in
case of failure. By using the Repoint tool you agree to take the responsibility
for creating backups, otherwise you should cancel this operation.
Starting with vSphere 6.7, VMware announced a simplified vCenter Single Sign-On
domain architecture by enabling vCenter Enhanced Linked Mode support for
vCenter Server Appliance installations with an embedded Platform Services
Controller. You can use the vCenter Server converge utility to change the
deployment topology from an external Platform Services Controller to an
embedded Platform Services Controller with support for vCenter Enhanced Linked
Mode. As of this release, the external Platform Services Controller
architecture is deprecated and will not be available in future releases. For
more information, see https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/60229
The following license keys are being copied to the target Single Sign-On
domain. VMware recommends using each license key in only a single domain. See
"vCenter Server Domain Repoint License Considerations" in the vCenter Server
Installation and Setup documentation.
Repoint Node Information:
Source embedded vCenter Server:vCenter2.domain.intern
Replication partner Platform Services Controller: vCenter1.domain.intern
All Repoint configuration settings are correct; proceed? [Y|y|N|n]: y
Starting License export ... Done
Starting Authz Data export ... Done
Starting Tagging Data export ... Done
Export Service Data ... Done
Uninstalling Platform Controller Services ... Done
Stopping all services ... Done
Updating registry settings ... Done
Re-installing Platform Controller Services ... Done
Registering Infra services ... Done
Updating Service configurations ... Done
Starting License import ... Done
Starting Authz Data import ... Done
Starting Tagging Data import ... Done
Applying target domain CEIP participation preference ... Done
Starting all services ... Done
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