zhangxiaoxiao
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Vcenter SSL error

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My Vcenter version is 5.1.

I have changed vcenter domain (AD) before days, now it can be normally login ,but when i want to search vms I come across an error as follows:

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The chinese means:

Login to the query service failed.

An SSL error occurred. (The Request was aborted: Could not create SSL/TLS secure channel.)

how can i fix this error,should i change the ca certification or anything else?

i have searched the vmware kb,but haven't find a way,do anyone can help?

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JailBreak
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Hi,

After you change your Domain, did you re-add the vCenter to that domain? Also after you change the domain, did you recreate all Certificates that are using the old domain?

The search error is many times fix adding the vCenter in the "Identify Sources" to use "Active Directory", but in this case I think the issue is the certificates.

How to replace certificates:

Replacing Default vCenter Server 5.1 and ESXi 5.1 Certificates

In detail:

https://kb.vmware.com/kb/2058519

Hope this can help.

Luciano Patrão

vExpert vSAN, NSX, Cloud Provider, Veeam Vanguard
Solutions Architect - Tech Lead for VMware / Virtual Backups

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JailBreak
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Hi,

After you change your Domain, did you re-add the vCenter to that domain? Also after you change the domain, did you recreate all Certificates that are using the old domain?

The search error is many times fix adding the vCenter in the "Identify Sources" to use "Active Directory", but in this case I think the issue is the certificates.

How to replace certificates:

Replacing Default vCenter Server 5.1 and ESXi 5.1 Certificates

In detail:

https://kb.vmware.com/kb/2058519

Hope this can help.

Luciano Patrão

vExpert vSAN, NSX, Cloud Provider, Veeam Vanguard
Solutions Architect - Tech Lead for VMware / Virtual Backups

________________________________
If helpful Please award points
Thank You
Blog: https://www.provirtualzone.com | Twitter: @Luciano_PT
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zhangxiaoxiao
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yeah,it's the answer,but the procedure is too complex.

hope vmware can make it easier to change settings about vcenter.

greatlly thanks~

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