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Recently Migrated from VCSA 6.5 to 7 - 2 Plug-ins have a "failed" status

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Hello,

As the title states, just migrated to VCSA 7 (have not upgraded my 6.5 hosts to 7 yet - soon though).  I have 2 failed Plug-ins - VMware vRops 6.6.1.32000 and vSphere Lifecycle Manager 6.5.0.0.  I'm wondering if this is simply because my VCSA is now 7 and can be safely ignored since it looks like both those plug-ins have a version 7 that's enabled (see pic).  Both of the failed plug-ins have the "Error downloading plug-in. Make sure that the URL is reachable and the registered thumbprint is correct." error.  I've looked through some blog posts that state to look at the /mob and make sure everything looks ok there.  All seems right, so curious as to what's going on and if this can be safely ignored or will maybe go away once I upgrade my esxi hosts to 7.

Thanks for any advice!

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a_p_
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I had a similar issue with upgrading vCSA 6.7 to 7.0a. However, after applying the latest patch (v7.0b) the failed plug-in disappeared.

André

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scott28tt
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Moderator: Thread moved to the vCenter Server area.

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a_p_
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I had a similar issue with upgrading vCSA 6.7 to 7.0a. However, after applying the latest patch (v7.0b) the failed plug-in disappeared.

André

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Vijay2027
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Could be cache. Clean up work and pickup dir and restart UI service.

VMware Knowledge Base

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WDGNet
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Thank you, 7.0b resolved the issue.

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ChuckS42
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I just had this myself, and a reboot of the vCenter Appliance fixed it. After vCenter came back up all the plugins re-registered themselves, and the problem plugins weren't on the list.

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