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The procedure is the same for both 6.0 and 6.5, and be sure to check your SQL Native Client version and ensure you’re using at least v10.

Additionally, if you’ve been upgrading your v Center since v Sphere 4 or earlier, I’d strongly recommend doing a fresh install of the appliance.

Some of this seems like common sense, but you’d be surprised at how easy it is to overlook.

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At this point we have a good 5.5 architecture in place to migrate to the VCSA.

There are several things we want to do going into the migration to ensure its successful.

The v Center is pointed at a single PSC with an additional PSC in play just in case a repoint is needed due to the primary PSC failing.

To accomplish this, we need to externalize SSO in Site-A, then externalize SSO in Site-B but add it to the same SSO domain with the following steps: To repoint the components listed above, your first need to unzip C:\Program Files\VMware\Infrastructure\Virtual Center Server\ssoregtool\sso_svccfg.zip, then run the following commands.

The only step-by-step I’m going to outline for the upgrade is this one since I get a lot of questions on it.

Often, I see customers with multiple, segregated, environments.

NTP and DNS: This one is pretty simple, make sure your ESXi hosts are using NTP, and when you run through the migration process, make sure you use the same NTP servers in the wizard.

DNS is a given as well, we all know that v Sphere is heavily dependent on DNS, so make sure forward and reverse lookups work.

The first thing everyone thinks when they move to v6 is – Web Client, single pane of glass (Enhanced Linked Mode, or ELM). For ELM to work your v Centers must reside in the same SSO domain.

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