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If the parent virtual machine or snapshot is changed in the pool settings, a new replica virtual machine is created. The previous replica becomes unused and is deleted after the recompose completes. The View composer automatically deletes the replica from vCenter Server and the Composer database. Under certain conditions, the replica virtual machine information may … Continue reading Finding and Removing unused replica VMs in Horizon View
This issue can occur after a virtual machine backup completes and the entries from the vCenter Server database vpx_disabled_methods table are not removed. To resolve the issue we need to follow the following steps: Login to https://vCenter FQDNorIP/mob/?moid=AuthorizationManager&method=enableMethods using SSO credentials. Login with firstname.lastname@example.orgExample: email@example.com The below page will appear: 2. Find the VMs MOB ID In … Continue reading ‘Migrate’ Option Greyed out for VMs in VMware vCenter 6.x/7.X
After upgrading the vCenter server for Horizon you may find that the vCenter Server tab on the dashboard of VMware Horizon Administrator would turn red and would present with a certificate issue. Upon checking the vCenter Server option under View Configuration tab you may get the message that the certificate is untrusted and will present … Continue reading VMware Horizon and vCenter Server Certificate Issue
I had a customer with VMware Horizon 7.0.2 desktop pools with desktops that were stuck with errors while recomposing. We were seeing the error message : “View Composer Error: Failed to delete VM – null” on the Desktop Machines in VMware Horizon View Administrator. To fix the issue I had to manually delete the Virtual … Continue reading VMware Horizon Virtual Desktops in Error State
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