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Vmware Replication Appliance Enabled(Not Accessible)

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I have installed Vmware Replication Appliance in 2 different Vcenters, one of them shows Enabled(OK) and one of them shows Enabled (Not Accessible).

I have rebooted the server,restarted the services, and it still shows Enabled(Not accessible)

Any help on how to fix that?

Thank you

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When you say you rebooted, is it the vSphere replication appliance?
If not, can you reboot the Replication appliance and test once?

Read this in the release notes

If you change the vCenter Server certificate, then log into vSphere Replication, you might see vSphere Replication Management Server is not accessible.
If you change the vCenter Server certificate you lose connectivity to vSphere Replication and when you try to log in to vSphere Replication you see this error: vSphere Replication Management Server is not accessible.

Workaround: Power off and power on the vSphere Replication appliance.
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by:jskfan
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I powered it off  on linux side using HALT command, then powered it on from Web client
it is still showing Enabled (Not accessible)
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I do not know what I did now and it fixed it ….it Shows OK
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Its the reboot. That's the fix ;)
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Thanks
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