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In Visor (an ESXi dd image written to a device), the autoPartition boot option is set to TRUE by default. This setting causes all blank local disks, including SSDs that you might have intended to use with vFlash and Virtual SAN, to be partitioned. 

Workaround: Add skipPartitioningSsds=TRUE to the boot options line.

If you uninstall vCenter Server from the Windows control panel item Add/Remove Programs or Programs and Features, Profile-Driven Storage is also uninstalled. When you reinstall vCenter Server, Profile-Driven Storage service is also installed, but you cannot see previously created Storage Profiles in the vSphere Web Client. New Storage Profiles can still be created. 

Workaround: To uninstall vCenter Server without uninstalling Profile-Driven Storage, use an MSI command. Then, when you reinstall vCenterServer, either through the installer wizard or from the command line, you can still see previously created Storage Profiles in the vSphere Web Client.

To uninstall vCenter Server, use the following sample command as a model:
  msiexec.exe /x vCenter Server Product code
For example:
msiexec.exe /x {E1F05550-4238-4378-87F0-105147A251D9}
The exact product code for vCenter can be obtained from the registry entry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\VMware vCenter Server.

RajeevVCP4 Expert

Orchestrator for VCAP exam

Posted by RajeevVCP4 Nov 15, 2015

Hello Friends,


There is one question related with orchestra-tor in vcap exam.


In home lab , download predefined a package and import it.

Take all permission and run it

At the time of running we can change port group /switch name etc..