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Unable to add an ESXi host to vCenter Server |VMware Communities


Hi All,

 

I am new vmware and trying to set up a test lab enviroment. I have installed and set up the sphere server. I cannot add the esxi host as I am using a free licence. it comes up with   License not available to perform the operation.The VMware vSphere 6 Hypervisor license for “Host” xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx does not include “vCenter agent for VMware host”. Upgrade the license.

 

I have looked up to Kb Article and it says If an ESXi host is licensed with the free version of the license key, you cannot add it to vCenter Server. This license does not contain the VirtualCenter Agent, which is necessary to manage a host with vCenter Server. This feature remains locked as long as the host is licensed with the free version of the license key.

 

Is there a way to get around this? How can I test all the new features of vsphere and esxi 6 in a lab environment?

 

Thanks

 

 



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