I’m running a fully nested homelab with a four-node vSAN Cluster. When trying to patch my vSphere environment using VMware Update Manager (VUM), my remediation pre-check fails because the vSAN Health Services are reporting an error. This short blogpost explains how to silence a vSAN Health Check: Since the ESXi servers are nested VMs, the ...

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