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VMware 4.0 Resource Question

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What are the settings in resource pools for leaving the pool wind open.   As I am adding VMs to a resource pool, I get the attached error.  I want to sue resource pools soles for organization.  I want to leave them wide open.

We are running Visioncore's vRanger Pro 4.2.3 and are finding it allot easier to organize our VM into pools in Host and Clusters than folders.   With fol folders,  every time you add a VM, weather you want to back it up or not, you have to go into every backup job you have and exclude  those VMs from each backup.  With resource pools, it automatically picks up a VM as it is added. If you have VMs that you don't want backed up, You put it in a resource pool that is not backed up.
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