Tuesday, 10 May 2016

An error occurred when connecting to the vRealize Automation Application Services Server at https://10.0.0.2:8443/darwin [(Incorrect Information Entered.)]

You get the Error: An error occurred when connecting to the vRealize Automation Application Services Server at https://10.0.0.2:8443/darwin [(Incorrect Information Entered.)]



Solution:

Make sure that tenant administrator is also the Business Group administrator provided during the CLI login process



Monday, 14 December 2015

Error: No provider available: This dependency is required [You get this error when you deploy vSphere Replication Appliance]

Provider :No provider available

                 This dependency is required.




Resolution:  (Applicable for Windows Based vCenter Server)

Start "VMware VirtualCenter Management Webservices"



Deploy vSphere Replication again.

Note: It is work checking if you have configured the vCenter Management IP address.

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Sunday, 13 December 2015

Error : You must have a role in at least one Business Group (vRealize Automation)

Error: You must have a role in at least one Business Group.



You get the above error when you try to reclaim machines in your environment.


Resolution:

1. Login with tenant administrator.
2. Go to Business Group.
3. Click Edit on any of the business groups listed.
4. Add the tenant administrator to the "Group Manager" Role.
5. Try the activity to reclaim machines.

Please don't forget to leave a comment as it helps me to know if the resolution works for all!

Tuesday, 8 December 2015

Enable copy and paste on VM console from vSphere Client

For a specific Virtual Machine:


Follow the steps below:

1. Install vmware tools
2. Power Off virtual machine.
3. Go to edit settings, vm options tab.
4. Click Advanced settings, click edit parameters
    add two new fields as given below:
    isolation.tools.copy.disable = false
    isolation.tools.paste.disable = false


For all virtual machines on an Esxi host:

Follow the steps below:

1. Log in to the ESX/ESXi host as a root user.
2. Open the /etc/vmware/config file using a text editor.
3. Add these entries to the file:

   vmx.fullpath = "/bin/vmx"
   isolation.tools.copy.disable="FALSE"
   isolation.tools.paste.disable="FALSE

Unable to login to Application Services, "darwin_user" account locked out.

Resolution:


1. Login to the console of Applications services appliance.
2. Login with root user.
3. Type the command 
   
   faillog -u darwin_user -r

Missing VM actions from Entitlements and Blueprint requested item




Resolution:


Perform the following steps on IAAS server:

1. Run command prompt as administrator

2. Navigate to the following directory:

‘C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\vCAC\Server\Model Manager Data\Cafe’

3. Run the following command 
    
     Vcac-Config.exe registercatalogtypes -v

4. Logout and Login

Error 401: Unauthorized: Access is denied due to invalid credentials. You do not have permissions to view this directory or page using the credentials that you supplied.

Resolution: 

Perform the following steps on IAAS server:

1. Run command prompt as administrator

2. Navigate to the following directory:

‘C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\vCAC\Server\Model Manager Data\Cafe’
Run the following command to update the vRA certificate for the IAAS server:
‘vcac-config.exe UpdateServerCertificates -d vCAC -s servername’

Where ‘vCAC’ is the name of the vCAC database (vCAC by default), and servername is the name of the SQL database hosting the vCAC database.

e.g: ‘vcac-config.exe UpdateServerCertificates -d vCAC -s sqlserver.mylab.local’

3. From the command prompt, type: IISReset

An error occurred when connecting to the vRealize Automation Application Services Server at https://10.0.0.2:8443/darwin [(Incorrect Information Entered.)]

You get the Error: An error occurred when connecting to the vRealize Automation Application Services Server at https://10.0.0.2:8443/darwi...