vCops Forced password change

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Short after vCops 5.8 was released I upgraded, all went smooth. But then the other day, I had to restart the appliance, after waiting a while and I was still not able to login to the web gui. I open up a console to the two VMs, only to see the both VMs were stuck at boot waiting for a password change. So I typed in the old password and a new one and shortly after vCops was up and running again.   Well as it turns out had I just read the release notes properly, I would have know […]

vCops remote DB access

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UPDATE: I still get hit on this blog post – So just for the record this blog post is obsolete! If you are running vCops I suggest you upgrade to vRops asap and then take a look at my blog post around the vRops API –¬†vRops API consumed with Powershell I posted this on twitter¬†and postbin earlier this year, but now that I’ve got the site up and running, I thought I would write it here also. This started as a wish to get some of the data out of vCops in order to do a centralized capacity management. I […]