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comment open port 443 vCenter server
@1.618 Yes, I can, that was the weird part about it.
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@CIA I will try that and actually, I will keep that for future references as well. Thanks.
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comment open port 443 vCenter server
It's a requirement for our disaster recovery software (Double Take) to use vCenter to gain access to esx host. I have already had a conversation with Double Take about it and I was able to get to host directly (using Double Take) to write to, but we don't want to use root (and password for that matter), so it makes it either to use vCenter and manage it that way too. Does it kind of make sense?
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comment open port 443 vCenter server
@CIA One of the helpers from data recovery site, but it looks the same on the source site