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VMWARE error "vim fault resource not available" when migrating physical NIC from vSS to VDS

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I am getting this error when I attempt to move a physical NIC from one switch to another VIm
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Have you removed the NIC from the vSS before adding it to vDS?
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yeah the issue was that the MAX uplink ports setting was set at 4 , I set it to five and all is good!!!max
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