We currently have a vSphere 5.1 environment and (installed separately) a Horizon View 5.2 environment. Our vCenter server is on a physical server which will be upgraded shortly to new hardware. vCenter uses and locally installed SQL Server instance that will be manually migrated to the new server. View Composer and the View Connector both use their local default SQL and ADAM databases respectively.
We don't want to have to make any changes in Horizon View if we don't have to. Currently we have some dedicated linked-clone pools that use persistent disks and some floating linked-clone pools that use persona management.
We plan to migrate the vCenter database to the new hardware and give it the same name and IP address as the old one. We will also migrate over all the SSL certs and RSA signatures.
Would this be enough to make sure Horizon View reconnects it's pools on the new server? Is there something else we need to do to make sure users can connect to their dedicated Horizon View desktops?