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Failed to Deploy OVF Package_deviceimage-0.iso was not found


Use Zip Extract OVA file, you will get ovf,mf,vmdk

Open OVF File with a notepad – Save it.

replace vmware.cdrom.iso by vmware.cdrom.remotepassthrough


Download Microsoft File Checksum Integrity Verifier – Extract it – Locate fciv.exe in the command prompt. and locate the ovf file path.


fciv.exe -sha1 “C:\Sec.ovf”


Now Open .mf file with an Notepad

Updated the First SHA1 value which you got from Command Prompt


Save it.

Create a Folder Put the Three files.


Deploy using the OVF File using Vsphere Client.

Known issue on OVF – Linux Network Interfaces doesn’t seem to come up

ifconfig -a won’t show eth0, instead show as eth3 or above for example

How to Repopulate Network Adapter if they got mapped as eth3 and eth4 instead of eth0

Empty 70-persistent-net.rules

[root@Careexchange.in~]# echo > /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules
[root@Careexchange.in ~]# reboot

Then Reboot. it should re populate ethernet Nics

Satheshwaran Manoharan
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  1. Works great but in my .mf-file the vmdk was listed first and the ovf second. So be carefull to change the correct line.


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