Is VSCO Cam free?

The vSphere Web Client application, that we have been using for our development environment at DigitalRiver is no longer available in the vSphere Web Client due to the vSphere Web Client’s release. If you run a vSphere Web Client, we suggest you go onto the vSphere Web Client Manager website and update your subscription at this point so you are set.

You will have to sign-in and manually add the vSphere Web Client application. When you do, simply create a new VSCO.

We recommend that you use our VSCO Cam free vCenter Server product. It works very well with VSCO Cam and has many more features for you to find out.

Are there any vSphere VSS capabilities I can use?

Yes. vSphere Host-based Security Services (vSS) is a service that allows you to control network or user access to your VSS-protected data and applications inside your own vSphere environment. You can use vSphere Host-based Security Services (vSS) with vSphere Web Client, and the vSphere Client Manager. It can also be used with vSphere PowerCLI (to use vCenter Server functionality) and more.

You can see the vSphere Host-based Security Services services and the capabilities available by using a free web browser for Windows, Mac, or Linux.

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Can I use my own custom SSL certificate for my site when creating VSS services?

By default, your site security settings apply only when we create a vSphere Web Client or apply the vSphere Web Client client to your host. When we host, configure, activate, and start VSS services we do not apply the host rules to your sites, so if you own any custom certs you will need to update these and use your own certificate for your web site. You can do this by using a domain-based SSL certificate, see below.

Can I configure vSphere Web Client to allow access to external websites on my site using a custom SSL certificate and how are external websites added to vSphere Web Client?


By default vSphere Web Client will require that all external URL’s are set as private, public, or shared. You can override these default settings by setting a custom domain-based SSL certificate as an optional parameter to each of the links listed below. When this parameter is included, vSphere Web Client will attempt to verify that the URL you specify is a correct URL for a URL that