Data Collector - System Requirements - vCenter - InvalidCertificateAction
  • KB ID: KB-01051
  • Created: 06/19/2018 11:15 AM
  • Updated: 06/19/2018 11:20 AM
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Symptoms

The setup warns about the vCenter Invalid Certificate Action not being set to ignore.

Cause

The vCenter PowerShell Command Line Interface checks the validity of the server certificate upon connecting to the vCenter/ESX server. If the InvalidCerticateAction ist not set to ignore and the certificate is not valid, the connector will not connect.

The setting can be checked by issuing:

Get-PowerCLIConfiguration

The InvalidCertificateAction has to be set for "AllUsers" so the service is also covered by the setting.

Resolution

In case the action is NOT set to ignore you can issue the following command (start PowerShell as Administrator) to change the setting.

 Set-PowerCLIConfiguration -InvalidCertificateAction Ignore -Scope AllUsers 

More Information

vSphere PowerCLI Reference - Set-PowerCLIConfiguration

Products

SDC

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