I'm trying to create a custom ISO in PowerCLI to upgrade my 4.1 ESXi enviornment to 5.0. The reason being that I run a dell equallogic PS4000e as backend storage and have 2 Dell modules loaded, the host connection manager and the routed psp. When I tried to upgrade with the plain jane Version 5 cd it warned me that these VIB's were not on the boot media disk and that if I continued it may not boot. So I'm trying to create a custom ISO using powerCLI.
I can mount the depots just fine, create a custom profile and add the dell VIB's to the custom profile - no problem.
The two in question are:
dell-eql-host-connection-mgr & dell-eql-routed-psp.
They add just fine. The problem arose when I tried to export the profile to an ISO.
I get an error message saying that it "Could not find a trusted signer"
What do I need to do to get around this error??
Yup, I'm a noob at this...lol
Thanks in advance!
The profile you are using probably has acceptancelevel as PartnerSupported or VMwareCertified, so it is checking the signature of your VIB.
Try to change the acceptance level of the image profile to CommunitySupported:
$profile.AcceptanceLevel = "CommunitySupported"
then builld ISO.
i am facing a similar issue trying to customize the installation
i tried to using the CommunitySupported acceptance level, but still i face the same error (Could not find trusted signer) trying to use the new-deployrule command
is there any workaround to this?
I am facing the same problem "Could not find a trusted signer." when I tried to run new-deploy command for autodeploy. As I am using out-of-box NIC VIB file for my autdeploy server.
I am facing signature error for my vib file which don't have the signature, I tried passing the following on PowerCLI but still I am facing the problem.
New-DeployRule : 7/27/2012 9:23:58 AM New-DeployRule Could not find a trusted signer.
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Thanks in advance for your help,