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1.7 VMWare Management Plugin No Dell Hosts Were Found

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I upgraded from 1.6 to 1.7 of the VMWare Management plugin, now I can't create a connection profile. As I start to create the profile I get "No Dell hosts were found". 

I have tried unregistering and reregistering with VC. This works fine each time. I have tried deleting the virtual appliance and re-importing the OVF. Same result

VC 5.1a Build 1123961

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Re: 1.7 VMWare Management Plugin No Dell Hosts Were Found

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Thanks Matthew - worked for me. For the record, my cache clearing settings (IE9) were:

 

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Re: 1.7 VMWare Management Plugin No Dell Hosts Were Found

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Me too! Everything was working under v1.6, but same error as above in v1.7. ESXi 5.1U1. vCenter 5.1.0 947673

My upgrade process: unregister vCenter in 1.6, then shut down and delete the 1.6 vApp; then clean install and configure the 1.7 vApp.

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Me too.

R710 servers and no dell host found.

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Thanks Matthew - worked for me. For the record, my cache clearing settings (IE9) were:

 

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Worked for me as well. Thanks.

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Did not work for me !

I deleted all cache & all flash data and still "no dell hosts found"

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ldait: Did you close the plugin (i.e. vSphere client connected to vCenter) before clearing the cache?

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Re: 1.7 VMWare Management Plugin No Dell Hosts Were Found

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I closed the client, reboot, deleted IE cache, rebooted again et tried again.

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I tried directly on the vCenter server, it works perfectly so there is a problem on my computer.

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