Error: “Incomplete VM Configuration” in SCVMM for a Ghost VRA Following Hyper-V Host Maintenance
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The Zerto VRA or VRA-H VMs running on a Hyper-V host may not return to a healthy state following the removal of a Hyper-V host from maintenance mode.
Microsoft Support can assist if further analysis is needed as this issue is not discernible from a Zerto standpoint. There is a Microsoft Technet post about this issue as well.
The VRA installed on the host is shown in a 'ghost' state in the Zerto UI following the completion of maintenance.
The VRA or VRA-H installed on the host is shown in an 'Incomplete VM Configuration' state in the SCVMM console following the completion of maintenance and after the VM has been powered on.
The VRA OS disks are not stored on Cluster Shared Volume storage.
To workaround this issue, simply right click on the VRA/VRA-H from SCVMM and choose "Refresh".