VMware : How to resolve a vSphere TPM error on VxRAIL

A TPM (Trusted Platform Module) is a computer chip/microcontroller that can securely store artifacts used to authenticate the platform and since version 6.7 vSphere support TPM 2.0.

If you have a host on you VxRAIL cluster with an alert in vCenter stating TPM 2.0 device detected, the steps below must be performed on each affected node to resolve this error (one at the time):

Before you start, place the host into Maintenance Mode in vCenter using Ensure Accessibilty.

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VMware : 07 features that maybe you didn’t know about vSphere 7.0

There are more than one reason to plan vSphere 7 upgrade and a lot of features and capabilities with this new version.

Below are 7 features that you may didn’t know about vSphere 7.0

#1-VCSA-BACKUP:

VCSA backup status directly on the vCenter html5 client, which shows the last file-based backup and the health status of vcsa.

#2-vCenter Server profiles:

4 new API calls : List, Export, Validate and Import can be consumed with DCLI, PowerCLI, or other automation tools to