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Switch managed node to new OMW9 Server

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Hello expert,

I am trying to switch some managed nodes from an old management server OMW8.1 to the new one OMW9.0.

 

I have updated the trusted certificate. Deployed flexible management policy on the node.

 

When I run the command ovowragts -primmgr nodemanaged.uk.fqdn.com I get the following error:

 

 

PS C:\Windows\system32> ovowragts -primmgr nodemanaged.uk.fqdn.com


Node: testgbketapp66
(OpC40-362) Cannot become primary manager. Please check mgrconf of the node.
(OpC40-427) Network communication problems occurred.
(OpC40-2145)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 SEC - SecSslIOException:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(sec.core-113) SSL certificate verification error (The presented peer certificate is not trusted. The certificate verifi
cation chain could not be built.).
**************************************************
Remote administration didn't complete successfully on any of the nodes.

PS C:\Windows\system32>

 

Could you please advice what I can check?

 

Thank you in advance

 

Lady Flip

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Ram_21 Contributor.
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Re: Switch managed node to new OMW9 Server

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Hello

 

The error suggests that the certificates are not trusted. So please verify the certificate on both servers and make sure that they have each other's certificates (-ovrg server level as well).

 

Hopefully redistributing them may help resolve the issue.

Hope this helps.

Regards

Ram

 

 

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Ram_21 Contributor.
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Re: Switch managed node to new OMW9 Server

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Hello

 

The error suggests that the certificates are not trusted. So please verify the certificate on both servers and make sure that they have each other's certificates (-ovrg server level as well).

 

Hopefully redistributing them may help resolve the issue.

Hope this helps.

Regards

Ram

 

 

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