A few days ago, I decided to update my vCenter server to version 6.7 U2c – normally this is an easy task with the update section in the VAMI interface. But this time I just encountered this error message when I tried to search for the update:
This morning I faced a strange issue in my vSphere Lab when a wanted to login to VAMI interface – of course to install the newly released “vSphere 6.7 U1” update.
I opened the VAMI URL for my Platform service controller (PSC): https://<FQDN>:5480 and typed in my root credentials as a normally would. However, the only thing that showed on the screen was a message saying: “Unable to login”.
After this I tried to type in my password multiple times to make sure that I was actually typing in the correct one, but still, I just got the same error message.
I recently wanted to make sure that my lab environment was on the latest VCSA version (Platform Service Controller and vCenter) so I went to the VAMI interface on my PSC and quickly discovered that there were no updates – that’s was strange because my PSC was at build 8217866 (build 126.96.36.19900) and according to the vSphere version list KB2143838 there has been released some newer versions Continue reading