Article ID: 121186, created on Apr 18, 2014, last review on Aug 12, 2014

  • Applies to:
  • Operations Automation 5.5

Symptoms

I deployed WAP APS package with POA, and now it is not possible to access WAP subscriptions that were created before integration (direct access to Tenant Portal is disabled). Is there any possibility to integrate these subscriptio## Question WAP APS package is deployed in POA, and now it is not possible to access WAP subscriptions that were created before integration (direct access to Tenant Portal is disabled).

Is there any possibility to integrate these subscriptions with POA?

Answer

Yes, it can be done. Please perform the following steps:

  1. Create new customer in POA.
  2. For this customer create subscription with desired amount of WAP resources
  3. Use the Microsoft guide to move VMs from the WAP subsciption to POA/WAP subscription. Slight modifications to these instructions should be done:

    • If VM has real networks, verify that all needed networks are allowed in WAP Admin Portal before applying steps:

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    • after steps 1-27 are done, proceed with the following commands:

      $SCVMMSERVER = Get-SCVMMServer -ComputerName -ForOnBehalfOf

      $UserRoleName=""

      $Owner=""

      $TargetVM=""

      $TargetNet=""

      $UserRole=Get-SCUserRole -Name $UserRoleName

      Set-SCVirtualMachine -VM $TargetVM -UserRole $UserRole -Owner $Owner

      $VMNetwork=Get-SCVMNetwork $TargetNet

      Set-SCVMNetwork -VMNetwork $VMNetwork -UserRole $UserRole -Owner $Owner

If you face any issues with applying these commands, please contact Microsoft technical support.

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