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In VMware Virtual Centre 1.4.1 - When I performed Vmotion of a virtual server I am getting the below pasted error. Please check the attachment.

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In VMware Virtual Centre 1.4.1 - When I performed Vmotion of a virtual server I am getting the below pasted error. Please check the attachment. But when I check the MUI the virtual server got vmotioned to another esx server but when I check Virtual centre it is showing as 95%. This problem is there from 48 hours.
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if u can confirm it has completed migration then safe to ignore
restarting vc services should work
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