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where do I find the Guided Consolidation 'report that shows the resources that would need to be allocated'?
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Luciano Patrão earned 500 total points
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Hi

Have you enable the Guide Consolation on your vCenter?

The report from the analysis in in the analyses tab. Here you find all the servers that have bean analyzed.

Here is a video where you can check how Guide Consolidation works.

http://www.vmwarevideos.com/video-using-vmwares-guided-consolidation-by-david-davis

Hope this can help you

Jail
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On the analysis tab is where I can start the analysis and all that is displayed is the server, if it is a candidate for virtualization and a star rating system. No where can I find a report that tells me what kind of resources would be needed on the host to support the devices to be virtualized. Is this information not provided by Guided Consolidtation tool?

Thanks
David
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