How to fix Out of Date VxRail vSAN 6.7 U3 status on VM Storage Policy

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Sometimes you will find yourself in a situation where a vSAN object Storage Policy Compliance status will become Out of Date.  To resolve this you must go to the VM object and Reapply VM Storage Policy.

Why you may get this error:
The compliance status for a virtual machine is Out of Date. The status indicates that the policy has been edited, but the new requirements have not been communicated to the datastore.

Step 1 – Identify the VM and go to its Policies

Machine generated alternative text:
Summary 
Monitor 
Settings 
VM SDRS Rules 
vApp Options 
More 
Alarm Definitions 
Scheduled Tasks 
Policies 
Guest user Mappings 
Configure 
Check 
Name 
23 Harc 
Harc

Step 2 – Identify the objects that are Out of Date

Machine generated alternative text:
Name 
VM home 
Hard diskl 
VM Storage Policy 
vSAN Default Storage Pollcy 
vSAN Default Storage Pollcy 
Compliance Status 
v/ Compllant 
O Out ofDate

Step 3 – Select Reapply VM Storage Policy to resolve

Machine generated alternative text:
Configure 
permissions 
Datastores 
Networks 
Updates 
Check VM Storage Pollcy Compllance Reapply VM Storage Pollcy 
Name 
VM home 
Hard diskl 
VM Storage Policy 
vSAN Default Storage Pollcy 
vSAN Default Storage Pollcy 
Compliance Status 
v/ Compllant 
O Out ofDate

Step 4 – Acknowledge this will take some time and backend resources to complete depending on the amount of data.

Machine generated alternative text:
Reapply VM Storage Policy 
Reapplying the new VM storage policies to selected VMS might take 
significant time and system resources because it will move 78.14 Ga of data 
residing on Virtual SAN datastores. 
Show predicted storage impact. 
Reapply the VM storage policy? 
CANCEL

Summary:
It is a pain when a VM Storage Policy goes Out of Data but it happens.  I hope this process helps y’all who are suffering from this error.

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