romatlo
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SSL Certificate warning when uploading an ESXi Image?

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Hi Folks,

I've gone through the whole thing of installing vcenter, SSO, inventory, web client, update manager, etc. and replaced all SSL certificates using an excellent article series.

http://www.derekseaman.com/2013/10/vsphere-5-5-install-pt-1-introduction.html

I believe it is all working for me.  I've replaced SSL certificates on my ESXi 5.1 hosts and have added them to vcenter, no problem.

I want to use Update Manager to upgrade the hosts to 5.5.  I see this SSL certificate warning when trying to add the ESXi image (pic attached).

It makes me think that maybe my vcenter SSL certificate did not get replaced successfully?

I do not see this prompt anywhere else, like connecting from vsphere client.

Checking if any comments?

Thanks,

romatlo

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romatlo
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I believe this is the method to verify that my vcenter SSL certificate is appropriate.

I can see that the certificate looks right, issued by my internal Microsoft CA.

Just wondering why prompted with a local self signed cert when trying to add that ESXi image.

vmware2.jpg

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