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vROps 8.5 Hot Fix! Fixing EP Ops adapter, SNMP Trap Plugin, memory heap size and many more!

After upgrading my vRealize Operations Manager to 8.5 I received an alert stating that: In Redescribe section I saw that EP Ops Adapter has status…

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Upgrade vRealize Operations 8.x to newest 8.5 version

It is time to upgrade vROps to the newest version. You can perform in-place upgrade from any 8.x version. I strongly recommend to run per-upgrade…

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How to add solution to vROps

Solutions are delivered as PAK files that you upload, license, and install. When you add solutions, you configure adapters that manage the communication and integration…

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vROps – how to change Hostname, IP, or DNS

I was deploying new vROps 8.4. After deployment I could not connect my vCenter by hostname, only by IP, so that indicated that DNS was…

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How to use req.conf file

If you need to generate CSR file, however like for example for vROps you need to use OpenSSL, but you need to add SAN or…

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vROps – How to replace certificate

As far as version 8.4 I could not find CSR generator, so to generate CSR one need to use OpenSSL If you don’t have OpenSSL…

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vROps cert thumbprint and trust issue

After renewing certificate for one on my vCenters and refreshing connection with vROps, I was not able to re-connect NSX appliance. The error messages was:…

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How to find object’s internal ID in vROps

Go to Administration tab and click on Inventory. Select from the inventory pane object you are interested in. 3. Click the “columns” icon toward the…

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How to upgrade VMware vRealize Operations Manager

Take a snapshot of your current vROPs VM before running the upgrade The upgrade assessment tool (APUAT) generates 2 type of reports: First report is…

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