PSC : Firstboot script execution error

I installed a test PSC today and right at the end of the installation an error popped up “Firstboot script execution error”.

After looking through the log files I found the following:

VMware Appliance Configuration…\”, \n        \”translatable\”: \”Starting %(0)s…\”\n    }, \n    \”warning\”: [], \n    \”error\”: {\n        \”resolution\”: {\n            \”id\”: \”install.ciscommon.validatePNID.resolution\”, \n            \”localized\”: \”If the supplied system name is a FQDN, then make sure the DNS forward lookup results in at least one valid IP address in the system. If the supplied system name is an IP address, then it should be one of the valid IP address(es) in the system.\”, \n            \”translatable\”: \”If the supplied system name is a FQDN, then make sure the DNS forward lookup results in at least one valid IP address in the system. If the supplied system name is an IP address, then it should be one of the valid IP address(es) in the system.\”\n        }, \n        \”detail\”: [\n            {\n                \”args\”: [\n                    \”jpsctest01.sovsystems.com\”\n                ], \n                \”id\”: \”install.ciscommon.validatePNID.error\”, \n                \”localized\”: \”The supplied System Name jpsctest01.sovsystems.com is not valid.\”, \n                \”translatable\”: \”The supplied System Name %(0)s is not valid.\”\n            }\n        ], \n        \”componentKey\”: \”visl-integration\”, \n        \”problemId\”: \”install.ciscommon.validatePNID\”\n    }, \n    \”progress\”:0\n}”,”isFinal”:”true”}
2016-02-22 16:52:16.814728 Progress Controller: [VCSA ERROR] – First Boot error

Solution:

In my haste for testing i forgot to setup the A-records in DNS for the new PSC appliance.
The problem can also be related to providing the wrong DNS name during the installation wizard.

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