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hi there experts:
i'm new in vmware i have 3 server

the first one is Domaine controlor
the second is a member with vcenter 5.0
the thirth is esx 3.0.2
 i have authorized the authentification sshd_config  yes and i can logon to esx by putty no probleme but when i try to add esx server in vcenter i have a message below

sorry pic in french
the first picture message is  " impossible to verify the authenticity of the specified host"
do you want to continu yes or no .

when i try to connect to host directly from vic it's successful

tnx for help


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hi
and i try to access to vcenter and host from my workstation


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So you cannot add this server to vCenter 5.0?

It's possible that vSphere vCenter 5.0 is not compatible with ESX 3.0.2.
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 2000 total points
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You need to be at at least ESX 3.5 Update 5 to be compatible with vCenter Server 5.0 as shown here:

http://partnerweb.vmware.com/comp_guide/sim/interop_matrix.php

or here

http://goscalable.com/2011/09/vsphere-5-compatibility-matrix/
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I would try using VMware vCenter Server 4.1 U1
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or upgrade your ESX servers to 3.5 U5.
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ok i will try to install V 3.5
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hi so where can i download a trial esx 3.5 please
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A trial of ESX 3.5 does not exist.

You can only download ESX if you are licensed.

Only ESXi trials can be downloaded.
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esxi is compatible with vcenter 5
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if yes where can i download
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esxi 3.5 u5
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esxi 3.5 u5 is compatible with vCenter 5.0

Register and Login, and select the download Older versions 3.5
https://www.vmware.com/tryvmware/index.php
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so is the esx 3.0.2 is compatible with vcenter 4.0.1 or vsphee 4.0
thnx
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hi mr hanccocka:
i have installed vcenter 4.0.1 with esx 3.20 it work's esx 3.02 it's not compatible with vcenter 5
thnx for help.
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