You do not need to create an object in AD as domainjoin-cli would do that automatically.. Remove that and try again
Via the cli, I renamed the host to appliance.bananas.com, I rebooted the appliance -> PNID change is supported on 6.7 U3.. Have you changed PNID or just the hostname for the VCSA?
If only VCSA the procedure is wrong and unsupported for future purposes
Does the user has sufficient permissions on domain VMware Knowledge Base
Thanks for the response. I do see that changing the host name did not change the PNID and I suspect that is where my trouble lies. I did update my appliance to 6.7 U3 and doe see how I can change it through the gui. I am still having trouble. When I go to edit the network settings, provide the updated FQDN and enter my admin credentials I am getting this error:
"The specified IP address does not resolve to the specified hostname."
Is there a way to update the PNID via command line? I tried ….vami_config_net and it didn't change the PNID
Yet, the dns record exists and is resolvable....