Hi there, I've never tried this with a vendor iso (like dell's) so maybe that could be the issue
I haven't updated my lab to 7 yet, but you can try doing the same process with the VMware iso and see if you get the same error (just to discard a vendor iso issue and is a fast test to do)
I think the problem is with VCSA 7, I tried it with VCSA 6.7 and it worked fine.
Thanks for the reply.
I don't think that the issue is with this version cause I have VCSA 7 and it's working great for me
Yeah you're right, I reinstalled VCSA 7 and everything is working fine.