Step 3. Enter Credentials

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    At the Credentials step of the wizard, specify an administrator account with the SuperUser role that is used to access the RHV manager. For more information on RHV system administrator roles, see Red Hat Product Documentation.

    1. In the Credentials list, select the RHV manager administrator account.

    For an account to be displayed in the Credentials list, it must be added to Credentials Manager. To add an account, do the following:

    1. Click Add.
    2. In the Credentials window, enter a user name and password for the account.
    • In the Username field, enter the name of a user account with administrative privileges and the name of the internal user domain in the following format:
      <username>@<local RHV user domain>, for example, admin@internal.

    For more information on RHV user domains, see Red Hat Product Documentation.

    • In the Password field, enter the password for the account.
    1. Click OK.
    1. Click Next.

    The backup server will connect to the RHV manager and will check its TLS certificate. If the certificate is not installed on the backup server, the Certificate Security Alert Window will display a warning notifying that secure communication cannot be guaranteed. To allow the backup server to connect to the RHV manager using the certificate, click Continue. For more information on TLS certificate configuration, see Managing TLS Certificates.

    Step 3. Enter Credentials