Known Issues in Panorama Plugin for VMware vCenter 1.0.0

Th following list describes known issues in the Panorama plugin for VMware vCenter 1.0.0.

PAN-121449

The
Remove Config
button on
Panorama
Plugins
does not remove the configuration for any plugins you have set up on Panorama.
Workaround:
Manually delete the plugin configuration. Select your plugin on Panorama, clear the values from all fields and
Commit
your changes.
This issue is fixed in PAN-OS 9.0.4.

PLUG-2204

If you enter an invalid vCenter IP address or FQDN and click
Validate
, Panorama incorrectly displays
unknown error
.

PLUG-1900

IP tags are not removed from a VM-Series firewall when it is removed from a device group associated with a vCenter monitoring definition. To remove tags from a VM-Series firewall, you must delete the monitoring definition.
Workaround:
Perform a commit before you synchronize dynamic objects.

PLUG-1836

If you synchronize dynamic objects before performing a commit after creating a monitoring definition, Panorama returns an error message stating that monitoring definition is invalid.

PLUG-1835

The Panorama plugin for vCenter can only retrieve IP-address-to-tag mapping information from non-VM-Series virtual machines in your vCenter environment.

PLUG-1795

When the Panorama plugin for VMware vCenter retrieves updated tags, Panorama deletes updated tags but the firewall does not. For example, if you change a VM name in vCenter from VM1 to VM2, Panorama removes vmname.VM1 and adds vmname.VM2. However, the firewall keeps vmname.VM1 and adds vmname.VM2.

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