So my vSAN cluster is up and running fine.
But suddenly after I imported the "vCenter Infrastructure Navigator" it moved most all of my VM's into some weird group/folder.
Before this they were all under the cluster and not in the group/folder. It won't let me move them out of that group/folder.
Anyone know why it did this and how to put it back to "Normal"?
Unless I'm mistaken, nothing got moved, but this is just how the vCenter Web Client displays the VMs. The tree view pane only shows some of the VMs, and if you want to see all of them you need to click on Virtual Machines to open the VM view in the middle pane.
I must humbly disagree.
Of the 9 clusters we have and including the LAB, none of them exhibit this view in the "Hosts and Clusters" view.
They all look like the attached image below and none are in a folder when in this view.
OK, technically you're right. They didn't get "moved" per se.
But that's not the view I had nor want.
I havent found a way to disable this in the web client. Its coded like this in flash to preserve resources. It dont have to preload a bunch of information on the vms. The vms will group up after you hit a certain amount of vms in same cluster/resource pool/folder.