Possible reason: The Certificate Checker checks the server's certificate. If it finds an error, it will prevent the addition of the VMware vRealize Orchestrator or vCenter Server connection to the appliance.
- For regenerating the vCenter Server certificate, refer to these knowledge base articles:
You also have the option to override the Certificate Checker by using the -f flag of the vla_credentials script. To add a VMware vRealize Orchestrator or vCenter Server connection at the command line, use this command, where
vla_credentials -a -f –s ServerType -u Username -n FQDN_of_server
For example, this command would be for a VMware vRealize Orchestrator connection:
# vla_credentials –a –f –s vro –u firstname.lastname@example.org -n sapi-vro.example.com