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Hi, We are migrating a few ESX hosts to a different vCenter and we would like to retain the historical performance data from the existing VCenter. Is there anyway we could backup and archive this data and reference to it when required? Thanks in advance Satish
Hello Everyone, I had install virtual machines in workstation 1st vm as esx4, 2 vm as esxi 4.1 , 3 vm as windows 2008 server , and in physical machine i had install vSphere client and starwind. And in windows 2008 server virtual machine I had install vCenter server. But when I to want open the...
Using between a few sites (active/active) and wondering if Site Recovery Manager tool works with vSphere vCenter server? Thank you very much. Moderator Note: This is a submitted question