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vSphere Management - 24.Oct.2011 1:41:26 AM   


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Can a single vCenter be used to manage both vSphere 4 and 5?


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RE: vSphere Management - 24.Oct.2011 3:14:39 PM   


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I think it can but will have to find the document to support this.

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RE: vSphere Management - 25.Oct.2011 4:03:08 AM   
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Yes, but you have to be running a version of vCenter that can manage the latest version of vSphere you have installed. For example, if you're running vSphere 4 and 5 and want to manage both systems with a single vCenter installation, you must use vCenter 5.


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