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vRA 8.1 integrations with vROps 8.1

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I tried to integrate vRA 8.1 with vROps 8.1 , it was working fine with vROps local account. But when I tried the same with service account (created in AD) and gave vROps administrator permission to the same,it won't work. Are there any limitations in vRA 8.1 that only local account of vROps can supposed to do the integrations.

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VMware Employee
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Hi Gajendrapundier​,

This should work. You can follow this procedure:

Connect vRealize Automation to vRealize Operations Manager in Region A

Key here is to use, in account name when you configure the integration, the @AuthenticationSourceName

Regards,

Leandro.

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VMware Employee
VMware Employee

Hi Gajendrapundier​,

This should work. You can follow this procedure:

Connect vRealize Automation to vRealize Operations Manager in Region A

Key here is to use, in account name when you configure the integration, the @AuthenticationSourceName

Regards,

Leandro.

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Thanks Inairn.

I am facing the same in vRA 8.1 integrations with NSX-T 2.5.0. Integrations with local account working fine but not with service account.

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VMware Employee
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Should work.. In our documentation we have:

Add an NSX-T cloud account

Provide an account with the following read and write privileges:

NSX-T Enterprise Administrator role and access credentials

NSX-T IP address or FQDN

Administrators also require access to the vCenter Server as described in the following vSphere agent requirements for vCenter-based cloud accounts section on this page.

Don´t have an environment to test Smiley Sad... I will try to test it...

Regards,

Leandro.

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Yes,  vRA 8.1 integrations with vROps 8.1 issue has been fixed.

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