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My name is Lee Friend and I'm based in London, UK. I am a Cloud orchestration specialist in the end to end management, automation and integration of virtualisation stacks covering all pieces of the puzzle from IPAM (InfoBlox / QIP / IP Control), DNS, AD, resiliency & DR (SRM automation), management system integration (including ServiceNow, BMC Remedy, ticketing systems) and on and on.

Having worked since the very early days of virtualisation, I specialise in the vRealize suite (vRO,vRA,vCD,vR OPs,vCloudClient,SRM,and on) with the aim of orchestrating wherever it's needed. I have helped out large financials, global exchanges and cloud service providers at an architecture level all the way through to workflow engineering.

Missing library on new vRO install

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Missing library on new vRO install

Postby leefriend » Mon Jul 06, 2015 8:11 am

In a recent install of vRO, I had missing library workflows for many of the pre-installed plug-ins like vCenter. First, confirm the plug-ins have actually been installed (in the vRO configurator page > plug-ins) and that they are enabled in the tick box.

Once above confirmed, go to Troubleshooting tab in the vRO configurator and select the 'Reinstall plugin on server restart'. This will force the plug-in to write the workflows, actions etc to the database. Restart vRO and the library workflows should now be available.

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