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- Full Name: Sean Conley
I recently moved from a Windows based vCenter Server to VCSA at a remote site that had a Virtual Lab connected to one of the hosts. It seems that I should have deleted and recreated the lab before completing the process since now when I try to edit the properties it tells me that the configuration is corrupt. I can remove the virtual lab, however if I try to let the GUI remove the associated objects it will fail. Is it sufficient to remove it without removing the objects and then manually clean up the everything on the host (appliance VM, vSwitch, and folder)? Or is there further cleanup required in the database that I might need to contact support for?
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- Full Name: Dmitry Grinev
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I'd recommend you to contact the support team, they should help you to clean up corrupted vLab records from the database.
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