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Azure Discovery

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I am using the "Azure_vNIOS_Install.pdf" guide to set up a demo for a customer. I have a single Ubunti vm running in Azure. I have successfully created a vDiscovery job with Service Endpoint, Client ID and Client Secret details. The vDiscovery job runs without error but does not report anything. In the syslog I see Number of TENANT, Number of VM etc all at 0.

 

There is a subsequent section in the guide "Adding vDiscovery Application as a New User". I don't believe that I have done that but the screen shots in the guide do not match what I see in the Azure portal.

 

Any help would be appreciated.

Re: Azure Discovery

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There have been some changes to this in the Azure Portal since that guide was published. Please take a look at the new Deployment Guide: Deploy vNIOS in Azure Using ARM Templates. The section on Infoblox vDiscovery for Azure has updated screenshots and step-by-step guidance on App Registration and assigning permissions.

Re: Azure Discovery 60, 'SSL certificate problem'

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I have not been capable to launch this service correctly for several days,
it's not mentioned anywhere in the Azure-infoblox-vnios-deployment-guide


Error while running the job: The job has failed. If the "ERROR: PycURL error: (60, 'SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate')" error message is displayed, it means that the certificate has expired or is invalid.

I need to remove the expired or invalid certificate and upload a new one but how ?

 

<span id="id1af" class="ib-cdiscovery-status-error-icon" 
title="initialize or call AZURE cdiscovery driver ERROR:
PycURL error: (60, 'SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate')
ret=DRIVER_ERROR">
Error while running Job</span>

 

Re: Azure Discovery 60, 'SSL certificate problem'

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To add the new certificates, go to the URL of your OAuth token endpoint, for example: https://login.microsoftonline.com/<tenant_id>/oauth2/token. The <tenant_id> will be your Azure tenant ID. From that site, download the intermediate and root certificates; you should end up with files like: stamp2-login-microsoftonline-com.pem. 
 
In your Infoblox Grid Manager UI, go to the Grid - Grid Manager tab. In the toolbar, open the Certificates dropdown and select Manage CA Certificates. In the CA Certificates dialog that opens, click the + button and upload both the new certificates.
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