VMware vCenter installation support platform

I tested the vCenter installation, the results:
Windows XP vCenter is installed.
Windows 2003 server installed CPU type does not support, is to use 2003 bit version 64?
Windows 764 bit version is not supported, suggesting that does not support the operating system installation
Windows 2008 server can be installed

I would like to ask you VMware vCenter is installed on a 32 bit windows operating system, or what version of 64 bit.?

Started by Kirk at November 30, 2016 - 12:21 AM

Vceneter must support 64 bit Windows systems

Posted by Ogden at December 06, 2016 - 1:01 AM

VCenter has only two ways, one is the setup for 64win server system, one is on the sles integrated virtual machine file.

Posted by Saxon at December 18, 2016 - 1:23 AM

must be a 64bit server OS, meaning right now is 2k8 R2

Posted by Wade at December 31, 2016 - 1:52 AM

Should the 64 bar, I had installed in the 2003 and 2008

Posted by Truman at January 01, 2017 - 3:20 AM

To download VmMware-vCenter-Server-Appliance-5.0.0.5480-804279-data.vmdk
VmMware-vCenter-Server-Appliance-5.0.0.5480-804279-data_OVF10.ovf
VmMware-vCenter-Server-Appliance-5.0.0.5480-804279-data-system.vmdk

This is the vCenter server OVF template, can be used directly, using the built-in database.

Posted by Josie at January 07, 2017 - 2:52 AM

Before 5.1 as long as it is a 64 bit operating system can

Install win2k8 5.1 vCenter requires Unicom Network only normal restart. Is said to be win2k8 and 5.1 with bug

Win2012 also did not attempt

Posted by Cynthia at January 10, 2017 - 3:11 AM

The complete list of operating system to support the ESXi, see "VMware Compatibility Guide",.
Using a 64 bit operating system client running virtual machine has the following hardware requirements:

For the system AMD based on Opteron, the processor must be Opteron Rev version E or higher.

For the system Intel based on Xeon, the processor must include the Intel Virtualization Technology (VT) support. Many of the CPU server to support VT may be disabled by default VT, so must be manually enabled VT. If the CPU supports VT but do not see this option in BIOS, please contact the supplier to obtain to enable VT support BIOS version.
To determine whether the server supports 64 bit VMware, you can download the CPU Identification Utility from the VMware web site.

Posted by Christ at January 10, 2017 - 3:26 AM

Give an irrelevant answer

Posted by Saxon at January 14, 2017 - 3:38 AM