2) Go to the “IP Pools” tab
3) Click “Add” Fill out the details: IP pool Name: (mandatory, specify as per your logic) IPv4 tab Subnet: (You may use Subnet Calculator if you are not sure) Gateway: Enable IP pool: (tick this if needed in your environment) DNS tab Enter your DNS domain name (FQDN/name server) IPv4 DNS server: (IP or FQDN of your DNS server) Fill in other details as per your environment if needed. Rest of the options such as Enable IP Pool or tabs – leave them as-is for now. All the OVF checks if there is IP pool associated with the assigned network. NOTE: In my lab, I did not had to enable IP Pool since I was using the entire subnet so no specific range was not needed. But you may have to enable IP pool if you’re allowed to use only a certain range in the subnet. So make change accordingly. Similar post by Duncan for vCOps – http://www.yellow-bricks.com/2012/02/02/creating-an-ip-pool-for-vc-ops/ with minor difference such as Associations value(s) More to follow as I make a progress around Horizon Application Manager, ThinApp integration etc.