Where Should You Use Lockdown Mode And Why

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To increase the security of your ESXi hosts, The Wama Technology developer team in Lockdown mode will put Android phone in Lockdown mode. Starting with v Sphere 6.0, you can select normal Lockdown mode or strict Lockdown mode, which offer different degrees of lockdown.

Normal Lock:

In normal lock the DCUI service is not stopped. If the connection to the vCenter Server is lost and access through the vSphere Web Client is no longer available, privileged accounts can log in to the ESXi host’s Direct Console Interface and exit lock.

When you enable Lock, only the vpxuser has authentication permissions. Other users cannot perform any operations directly on the host. Lockdown mode forces all operations to be performed through vCenter Server. A host in Lock cannot run vCLI commands from an administration server, from a script, or from the vMA on the host. In addition, The wama technology developer team in atlanta has external software or management tools might not be able to retrieve or modify information from the ESXi host

Only these accounts can access the Direct Console User Interface:

 

Accounts in the Exception User list for lock who have administrative privileges on the host. The Exception Users list is meant for service accounts that perform very specific tasks. Adding ESXi administrators to this list defeats the purpose of lockdown mode.

Users defined in the DCUI. Access advanced option for the host. This option is for emergency access to the Direct Console Interface in case the connection to vCenter Server is lost. The wama technology developer team in atlanta do not require administrative privileges on the host.

 

To enable or disable Lock from the DCUI:

 

 Log directly in to the ESXi host.
 Open the DCUI on the host.
 Press F2 for Initial Setup.
 Press Enter to toggle the Configure Lock setting.

To enable or disable Lock from the vSphere Web Client:
1. Browse to the host in the vSphere Web Client inventory.
2. Click the Manage tab and click Settings.
3. Under System, select Security Profile.
4. In the Lock panel, click Edit.
5. Click and select one of the lock options.

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