Here is my problem.
I am doing a test of 3 different servers in two seperate volumes. I am using array based replication. The guest VMs are Server 2003 Standard R2 x64 and Server 2003 Standard R2. One is an Exchange 2007 server holding the mailboxes. The other two are for OWA and a front end server.
I am running vCenter 5 at both the Protected and Recovery locations with SRM 5. All of the hosts are ESXi 5 as well.
The problem is that when I run a test on these they fail at the point of customizing the IP at the Recovery location for all of the servers. If I don't customize the IP they don't have any problems. What is really weird is that I have a few test 2008 R2 servers in another volume that customize the IPs without any problems. I know the compatibiliy matrix says that 2003 Datacenter (32 and 64 bit) is supported and I would assume that 2003 Standard (32 and 64 bit) would be supported as well. Am I correct in this? I've found the KBs from VMware and checked through those (although they didn't list SRM 5 as one of the versions that had the problem) and everything looks good. Also I am not running any custom scripts.
As I was looking through the log I noticed that it said that there were two adapters for one MAC. Could this be causing the problem?
Below is the error from SRM and what I could find in the logs. Any help would be great!
SRM History Error:
Error - Cannot complete customization, possibly due to a scripting runtime error or invalid script parameters (Error code: -1). IP settings may have been partially applied.