This will be the smallest blog post I’ve ever created, but I simply had to share this as it has been winding me up all night.
Yesterday I decided it was time to rebuild my VCSA. Being a brand new one, I thought it would be a good opportunity to replace the default untrusted SSL certificates with genuine ones issued from my in-house Microsoft Certificate Authority. Continue reading
A few days ago I decided to redeploy the vCloud Connector Server and Node to my lab. After performing the initial installation I set about replacing the default untrusted SSL certificates with genuine ones, only to receive an error. Continue reading
In part 8 we installed and configured the vRealize Automation Appliance into the lab.
In this part we deploy and configure the IaaS platform. This will involve building a Windows Server VM and installing the requisite components. Once done, we will secure the platform with an SSL certificate from our Certificate Authority. Continue reading
In part 7 we configured SSL certificates for our newly deployed vCenter Server Appliance. In this part, we deploy the vRealize Automation Appliance into the lab.
After deployment we will perform a number of tasks to enable the appliance to work in the lab environment.
In part 6 we installed and configured a vCenter Server Appliance in the lab. This will manage the various components, plus serve as an endpoint for vRealize Automation.
In this post we replace the default SSL certificates from the vCSA with trusted certificates from our in-house certificate authority. Continue reading