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Failed to connect to VMware Lookup Service https://VCenter.com:7444/lookupservice/sdk - SSL certificate verification failed.

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When I try to access the VCenter appliance v5.5 U3 using the default root account on my vSphere web client URL, I got this error:

Failed to connect to VMware Lookup Service https://PRODVCENTER01-VA.KTM.com:7444/lookupservice/sdk - SSL certificate verification failed.

Why is that happening ?
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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Restart appliance, and wait 30 minutes for it to initialise.
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Yes, you are awesome :-)
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Does this means I need to add some more vCPU or migrate the VCSA to fast disk ?
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