Instead of generating a remediation pre-check report for the entire cluster, you can run a remediation pre-check task for a single host in the cluster.
The remediation pre-check task ensures that the host can be successfully remediated.
Verify that you have the proper privileges. See vSphere Lifecycle Manager Privileges For Using Images.
- In the vSphere Client, navigate to a cluster that you manage with a single image.
- On the Updates tab, select .
- In the Image Compliance card, click the vertical ellipsis icon for a host and select Run pre-check.
The Running pre-check card appears. You can observe the progress of the task.
When the pre-check finishes, vSphere Lifecycle Manager displays information about the issues found during the pre-check.
What to do next
If vSphere Lifecycle Manager reports no issues, you can remediate the host. See Remediate a Single Host Against an Image.
If vSphere Lifecycle Manager reports any issues, resolve the issues before you remediate the host.