Deploying a Private Access Connector Virtual Appliance

Download an OVA installation package from the Trend Micro Vision One console and deploy a Private Access Connector virtual appliance to the supported operating systems.

  1. On the Trend Micro Vision One console, go to Zero Trust Secure Access > Private Access Configuration.

    For the first-time access, an introduction page appears, providing a short description of the Trend Micro private access service, as well as a brief guide on how to make the service work.

  2. Click Start Now.
  3. On the Private Access Connectors tab, locate the connector group to which you want add the Connector, and then click in the Action column.

    The Private Access Connector Virtual Appliance panel appears.

  4. Click Download Disk Image to download an OVA file to your local machine.
    Tip:

    The file size is about 870 MB.

    Copy the registration token for later steps.

  5. Verify the name and extension of the downloaded file.
    Note:

    The default file name is TrendMicroVisionOne-PrivateAccessConnector.ova. If the file extension is not .ova, manually change it to .ova.

  6. Review the system requirements.

    The Private Access Connector virtual appliance supports deployment on VMware ESXi, Microsoft Azure, and Amazon AWS. Nested virtual machines are not supported. Trend Micro recommends the following specifications.

    Platform

    Virtual CPUs (Minimum / Recommended)

    Virtual Memory (Minimum / Recommended)

    Virtual Hard Disk (Minimum / Recommended)

    Virtual Network Adapter

    Version

    VMware ESXi

    1 / 4

    1 GB / 4 GB

    25 GB / 50 GB

    VMXNET3

    6.0, 6.5, 6.7, and 7.0.

    Microsoft Azure

    1 / 4

    1 GB / 4 GB

    25 GB / 50 GB

    n/a

    Latest version

    Amazon AWS

    1 / 4

    1 GB / 4 GB

    25 GB / 50 GB

    n/a

    Latest version

    Note:
    • The virtual disk requires a minimum size of 25 GB.

    • Trend Micro only supports the VMXNET3 network adapter with a minimum speed of 1,000 MB/s.

  7. Deploy the virtual appliance on the supported platforms VMware ESXi, Microsoft Azure, or Amazon AWS as needed.