- From the vCenter, Power-off the Deep Security Virtual Appliance (DSVA).
- Right-click on the DSVA and delete if from the Disk. Set the ESX on Maintenance Mode.
- Delete the EPSEC driver. From the vShield Manager console, select the ESX host. Go to Summary tab and uninstall vShield Endpoint
- Log on to the DSM console and initiate Restore ESX. It will delete all drivers installed and put them in "Unprepared" state.
ESX will be restarted On the DSM console, right-click on VMware Center and initiate Synchronize. Initiate Prepare ESX afterwards
- Deploy DSVA.
Note: Do not activate the DSVA yet after installation. You need to configure it first.
- Change the Network Adapter settings to be in the same network as the DSM.
- Log on to the DSVA console using the Username/Password: dsva.
- Define the Hostname, IP address, and Timezone.
- Restart the DSVA console.
- Log on to the DSM console. Verify that DSVA is now appearing. Right-click on DSVA and then click Activate.
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