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Azure Site recovery issue when registreing the server

Hi Team,

I have downloaded Azure site recovery OVA from portal and built a server in in my production environment. At the time of configuration of server when registering the server we are getting below error.
"Message: Configuring DRA service failed Possible causes: 1. Vault registration key file could be invalid 2. User doesn’t have sufficient privileges to read or write in registry. 3. Invalid proxy settings 4. Failure to generate certificate Recommendation: 1. Download and use the latest registration key file from portal. 2. Ensure that the user has sufficient administrator privileges to read or write to the registry “HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Azure Site Recovery” 3. Provide valid proxy settings. 4. Ensure that the Windows user has privileges to add a certificate on the server 5. Refer to C:\ProgramData\ASRSetupLogs "

We have tried to solve the issue and check below steps
Time zone which is correct
NIC setting is static
Using administrator account on ASR Local systems
There is no proxy
User right, have global admin access.

We are clueless, now ticket is open to MS but not getting proper response from their side.

Looking your expert advised, please suggest me what I need to check other then this.

Regards,
Yogender Kumar

azure-site-recovery
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@KumarYogender-2631 Sorry for the painful experience.

Could you please try downloading the latest OVA template again from the vault and re-deploy the configuration server? It should contain all the required applications & files. If still issue persist ,reboot the server and cleanup all contents in C:\ProgramData\Microsoft Azure Site Recovery\fingerprints directory.
Then re-register the CS to the vault.

Reference: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/site-recovery/vmware-azure-deploy-configuration-server

If possible, share the support request number with us to track the issue.


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Thanks Sadiqh,

We are able to find out the root cause, it was related to Polo Alto firewall which is blocking some kind of traffic which is required for registration of server on portal. Once we bypass firewall everything work as per our expectation.

Thanks for your support.

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@KumarYogender-2631 Thanks for the update! Glad to hear it is resolved :)


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