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An administrator wants to upgrade to vCenter Server 6.x.
The vCenter Server:
Is hosted on a virtual machine server running Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, with 8 vCPUs and 16GB
Will have an embedded Platform Services Controller.
Hosts a Large Environment with 1,000 ESXi hosts and 10,000 Virtual Machines.
Why does the vCenter Server not meet the minimum requirements?

Windows Server 2008 R2 is not a supported Operating System for vCenter Server.

The virtual machine has insufficient resources for the environment size.

The environment is too large to be managed by a single vCenter Server.

The Platform Services Controller must be changed to an External deployment.


The environment is very big with 1000 ESXi host and 10,000 virtual machines. Therefore, it is not enough and the vCenter server cannot meet these requirements.

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