When you’re setting up your vRealize Automation environment, you start of easy with the vRealize Automation appliance. After this you’re probably thinking it will be ‘a peace of cake‘, ‘a walk in the park‘ or any other metafor that’s harder to remember than the vRA appliance setup procedure. But unfortunately this festive mood is short lived. Next up is the installation and configuration of the vRealize Automation IaaS server. This starts easy by requesting some simple input variables such as usernames, database servers, default tenants, certificates, etc. but than you hit the Installation Prerequisite Checker. The challenge is [ … ]
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