After the VSA Manager installation completes, the VSA Manager tab does not appear in vSphere Client.

The VSA Manager tab does not appear in vSphere Client after the installation completes or between closing and re-opening the vSphere Client.

1

Verify that Tomcat is running.

a

Select Start > Run, enter services.msc, and press Enter.

b

Select VMware VirtualCenter Management Webservices and view its status in the Status column.

c

If the service is not running, right-click it and select Start.

d

In Plug-in Manager of the vSphere Client, enable the VSA Manager plug-in.

2

Verify that the VSA Manager plug-in is enabled.

a

In vSphere Client, select Plug-ins > Manage Plug-ins.

The Plug-in Manager appears.

b

Select VSA Manager and see its status in the Status column.

c

If the status is Disabled, right-click VSA Manager and select Enable.

The status of the VSA Manager plug-in changes to Enabled.

3

If you cannot enable VSA Manager, uninstall it from Add or Remove Programs and reinstall it again.