quote van de VMware website:

Resolved Issues:
VirtualCenter 2.0.1 Patch 1 (Build 33643) resolves several issues and provides these enhancements:
Windows-based VirtualCenter clients and VirtualCenter Server can now perform proper SSL server-certificate verification when establishing connections.

Note that installing the updated software does not, by default, enable the feature.

For information about how to enable this new optional capability, see Knowledge Base (KB) article 4646606,” Enabling Server-Certificate Verification for Virtual Infrastructure Clients.”
Journal-file handling during rollback operations has been improved to prevent rare, erroneous deletion of VMs. If a VirtualCenter agent crashed at the end of a VM transfer, the successful completion of the transfer was not able to be recorded. A subsequent recovery step thus identified the VM on the destination host as a corrupted partial copy, and deleted it. This logic error has been corrected.

Norwegian locale name support in the English version of VirtualCenter 2.0.1 has been improved. With this update, the work-around for the English version of the 2.0.1 (described in KB article 9727453 VirtualCenter 2.0.1 Issues with Certain Norwegian Locales “) is no longer required. The CPU idle performance counter now displays with the correct label. The CPU idle performance counter had been erroneously displaying as the CPU wait perf counter. Japanese language handling for CD-ROM and other device mountpoints on virtual machines has been improved. In addition, some Japanese and German localization issues for VI (Virtual Infrastructure) clients have been resolved. Various other display improvements, including the elimination of garbled text in Event tab for Japanese localized version of VirtualCenter user interface.

Download hier de patch: www.vmware.com


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