After you apply the host profile to all of the hosts, set the storage policy of the Management Virtual Machines to the vSAN Default Storage Policy.

Set the Platform Services Controller and vCenter Server appliances to the default vSAN storage policy.

1

Log in to vCenter Server by using the vSphere Web Client.

a

Open a Web browser and go to https://mgmt01vc51.lax01.rainpole.local/vsphere-client.

b

Log in using the following credentials.

Setting

Value

User name

administrator@vsphere.local

Password

vsphere_admin_password

2

In the Navigator, click Hosts and Clusters.

3

Expand the mgmt01vc51.lax01.rainpole.local tree.

4

Select the mgmt01psc51 virtual machine.

5

Click the Configure tab, click Policies, and click Edit VM Storage Policies.

6

In the mgmt01psc01:Manage VM Storage Policies dialog box, from the VM storage policy drop down menu, select Virtual SAN Default Storage Policy, and click Apply to all.

7

Click OK to apply the changes.

8

Verify that the Compliance Status column shows a Compliant status for all items in the table.

9

Repeat this step to apply the Virtual SAN Default Storage Policy on comp01psc51 and mgmt01vc51 virtual machines.