THE APPLICATION ENCOUNTERED AN ERROR WHILE ATTEMPTING TO CHANGE THE STATE OF "VM"

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Symptoms: After you finished deploying your Hyper-V server but in this case without the Server connected to the Internet and time is configured properly.

After you have created and configured new VMs and installed them, when you connect your physical Hyper-V host server to the Internet you notice the time changed and your VMs become inaccessible for certificate issue..

here’s the error and how to fix it.

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3- EXCHANGE_OI on HASIMI NODE2 –

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The application encountered an error while attempting

to change the state of •g- EXCHANGE 01

•3- EXCHANGE_OI’ could not initialize.

Could not initiallze machine remoting system. Error. •Element not

found.’ (000070490).

not find a usable cetificate. Element not found.’

(0000704″).

•3- EXCHANGE_OI’ could not initialize. (Virtual machine 10

B967FUc-20A2-43BD.83EE.99R321DCD55)

•3- EXCHANGE_OI’ could not initialize machine remoting system. Error:

‘Element not found.'(Ox8D070490). (Virtual machine ID

g967FUc.20A2-43gD.B3EE.g9A2321DCD55)

•3- EXCHANGE_OI’ could not find a usable certificate. Error: ‘Element not

Status: Off

found.’ (oxeoc70490). machine

B967FUc-20A2-a3BD-B3EE-99A2321DCD55)

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Symptoms

If the Hyper-V Host Server doesn’t have internet and you have configured it after creating a VM then the server date will change and the self-signed certificate date will change as it won’t be verified by Hyper V manager and will cause launching the VM to fail to start.

Solution:

Delete old certificate and Create a new Self signed certificate.

To do so open MMC

Navigate to Certificates

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In Certificates select Service Account

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Choose local computer and click next

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Then select the Hyper-V Virtual Machine Management Service account and open

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Under the Personal, check the date of the certificate there ..

Delete the certificate

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Open Service Console and restart all Hyper-V Services

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Once the service is restarted, you’ll see a new certificate that has been automatically created

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Now if you try to open the VM console again, it should work.

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