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BUT — is this supported??? You can find more about me at: You have to enable the. February 23, at If you feel confident troubleshooting VC database or having quick restore handy, why not? Notify me of new posts by email. Bobby R did you have luck installing both the 32bit and 64bit oracle client on the same server?

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I followed your instructions and got past the ODBC error. Return to top of page. This website uses cookies to improve your experience. Your email address will not be published.

May 14, at 6: February 23, at 6: You have to enable the. February 24, at 4: Allways the same on the whole world. Leave this field empty.

Does vCenter still require a 32bit DSN? Please re-configure your DSN to use one of the supported drivers.

I looked for vib file seems that not found for dell inspiron n Had to run the Oracle Net Configuration Assistent configuring the local net service name and specifying username and password of the Database and testing the connection.

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The Documentaion mess should get fixed. For some odd reason changing the DSN doesnt update the registry settings that Vmware picks up. I was also surpised during the Installation. What Umran and Rick say is correct. You must use a 64 dobc DSN.

Install vCenter on Windows Server 2012 – ODBC and vCenter components install (Part 2)

Sorry for the trouble …. For create the 32 bit one, you must use the executable c: Notify me of new posts by email. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. I have developed strategic designs for few of the most complex environments around where I got to execute on these designs or help the customer execute upon it. You have to go into the Registry and change a couple entries as well. Feel free to network via Twitter vladan.

Tek-Ranger: ODBC error when upgrading or installing vCenter 4 or later

One of the first points to keep in mind is always the question how quickly can I restore and how old the data will be. Find us on Facebook.


One of the errors my customers repeatly complain about while upgrading to vCenter Server 4 or even when trying to install it from scratch is the following error: Are you sure you are filling your DSN info odcb the right info as well?

I think that you have made a mistake to install ESXi on a laptop. Enter the svc-vum account credentials and your VUM installation and consequently the ODBC connection that the installer launches will run under this user context…win! I think the bit ODBC on the x64 system is actually here: You can find more about me at: Comments Ofcourse now that begs the question.

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