Set up an identity connector in a Microsoft Hyper-V environment
Before you begin
- Make sure your Microsoft Hyper-V
environment is set up with sufficient computer and storage resources.The connector footprint is as follows:
Processors Intel-VT or AMD-V processor with hardware virtualization enabled four cores recommended. Memory (RAM) 8 GB recommended. Storage 16 GB recommended. Network
1 GB/s recommended.
Static IP address or dynamic IP assigned from DHCP server.
- Create and download a connector template file for Microsoft Hyper-V. For instructions, see Create and download an identity connector.
Complete this procedure to set up an identity connector in a Microsoft Hyper-V environment.
- Open your Microsoft Hyper-V management console and import the downloaded.vhd file into your Hyper-V environment.
- In Microsoft Hyper-V Manager, create a new VM. A wizard opens to guide you through the process.
- Specify a name for the connector VM.
- Select the appropriate settings for Generation (Generation 1 for connector).
- Configure the memory for the connector (8 GB).
- Select the NIC for the connector to communicate with the internal network, which should have a route to the Internet and be able to communicate with the ETP service.
- Specify the location where you downloaded and saved the .vhd file.
- Verify the configuration in the summary tab and click Finish.
- Start your connector VM.
Approve the connector in ETP:
In the ETP navigation menu, select . Click the Identity
Note: If you are trying the new Enterprise Center interface, in the navigation menu, select .
- Locate the Microsoft Hyper-V connector and click Need your approval. Wait while the ETP service verifies the connector.
- Click Save.
- In the ETP navigation menu, select . Click the Identity Connectors tab.