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VMWare, evaluation license

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So I assume that to install a hypervisor with an evaluation license, you must

1> simply install the hypervisor

2> Do not enter a key, as I will automatically get a 60 day eval period, so no license is required

Is this correct ?
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Yes, by default ESXi installs with 60 days evaluation.
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