MICDROP
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The deployed "LINUX" VM network settings are incorrect.

I succeeded in deploying a Windows VM using Customization Spec. (allocated IP from Network Profile)

However, there is a problem deploying Linux VMs.

I used Customization Spec just like Windows VM, but the deployed VM is not IP-allocated, it stops deployment at 99% in the vRA, and it's marked "CustomizeMachine".

custom spec.PNGCustomization Spec in vCenter

blueprint.PNGBlueprint Setting in vRA

deployment.PNGDeployment status in vRA

managed machine.PNGVM status is "CustomizeMachine" (Infrastructure > Managed Machine)

vm in vcenter.PNGDeployments stopped at 99% in the vRA, but VMs were deployed in vCenter.

                                                                                                                                                                      Network Adapter is Disconnected.

VM ipaddress.PNGThe deployed VM does not have an IP.

I want Linux VMs to get IP addresses automatically after deployment, just like Windows VMs.

What should I do?

I really need your help.

Thank you for reading my question.

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rwk1982
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Hello!

Look at /var/log/vmware-imc/toolsDeployPkg.log for errors.

Regards,

Robert

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MICDROP
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Thank you for your answer!

This is resolved by installing the vRA Guest Agent.

I'm sorry.

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