Got a VMUG Advantage membership. Setting up a VCSA, it's complaining about licensing

Discussion in 'Virtualized Computing' started by burritoincognito, Aug 3, 2018.

  1. burritoincognito

    burritoincognito Gawd

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    So, a couple weeks ago, I convinced work to get me a VMUG advantage membership for the training purposes.

    I've set up VCSA 6.7, but something I've run into that's not quite acting right is licensing.

    I'm getting an alert that "There are vCenter Server systems with expired or expiring licenses in your inventory."

    But, my license should be valid through Septemeber 2019. It is assigned to the system, from what I can tell.

    Any idea where I should be looking to get that working?



    **EDIT**

    No sooner than I post this do I find the missing piece: I had the license for the server in place, but not for the appliance. I needed two licenses entered, and only had the one.
     

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