FerrariDude
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Does VCSA Migration/Upgrade Renew Certificates as Part of Process

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Hello Everyone,

I have a slightly older build of VCSA 6.7 which is due to be updated.  It also has those certificates (created during original install) that need to be renewed.

If I migrate/upgrade to something like VCSA 6.7U3p are these certificates renewed as part of that process or will I still need to renew them on the newly upgraded/migrated appliance?

Thanks for any help you can provide,

 

-Don

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berndweyand
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the migration/upgrade process leaves these certs untouched.

you have to renew them before or after

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scott28tt
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berndweyand
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the migration/upgrade process leaves these certs untouched.

you have to renew them before or after

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ESXiClash
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Migration/Upgrade Process just copies all the cert from Old vCenter to New vCenter on Step 2 Process. 

you can change if there is a change in your Alias Records mapping to vCenter or Expired Certs.

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FerrariDude
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Thank you to everyone who responded.  This was a big help and has allowed me to plan accordingly.

-Don

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