I tried many times and I got the same error.
Check your DNS are good and resolving vra and vidm(identity manager).
I added vidm and its ip in the host file of vra while it installing
fresh install will have more chance to succeed
amosquera1 - this is a known issue and has been documented in the following KBs. Be sure not to enable CEIP during the deployment, it can be enabled afterwards.
Also, there is a the chance that the the vco deployment part may fail due to using an expired root account password. Do the following:
It's probably best to perform the workarounds from both KBs then click Retry on the deployment from within vRSLCM.
Hope this helps!
Do you use IPs in the Subnet 172.16/12 (172.16.0.0 - 172.31.255.255) in your Network? Check out this entry: vRA 8.1 deployment failure - LCMVRAVACONFIG590003 - Unable to read vRA certificate configuration for 'lb': Missing certificate configuration for lb
That fixed my issue.
This is well know issue in the installation. you should first check the log for "/var/log/deploy.log" to identify exactly what is the error if you found that the error
[ Error: Unable to configure database. vco-server-app is waiting to start] and this due to the vco-server-app trying to start but failed due to the builtin password expired .
you can run "kubectl get pods -n prelude" to check this service.
SO the resolution in this link VMware Knowledge Base