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I had the same questions when I started with vRA. These communities have helped so much. Just trying to pay it back when I can.
Hi, craigso !
I'm so sorry, but I need your help one more time..!
Windows Catalogs has been resolved by assigning Customization Specs with your help.
However, there is a problem creating Linux Catalog.
Creating a customization specification for Linux and assign it to the Linux catalog, the catalog deployment does not complete at 99%.
VM status shown "Customize Machine" in vRA (infrastructure > Managed Machines)
In addition, VMs deployed using Catalog are created in vCenter, but the network adapter is disconnected and IP addresses are not allocated.
If I don't assign a Customization Spec to a Linux blueprint, it's 100% complete, and the Network Adapter is also connected, but it's the same thing that IP address not allocated.
Please help me once more..
Thanks & Regards.
I am a bit less familiar with Linux provisioning, however we do a bunch of it in our environment. The first thing I would check is to make sure your Linux customization spec is correct. This is what mine looks like:
It has a lot less settings configured that the Windows one.
Second, the behavior you described makes sense if you don't assign a customization spec. It would provision, but would just be a clone of the template. Likely on the wrong network, and configured with the same IP.