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Can I deploy a vm using VMware ova file in vsphere3.51?
is it supported? if not , is there anyway I can deploy that appliance in ver3.51
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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It's possible but the appliance was probably designed for a much newer version of vSphere, as 3.5 is approx 10 years old now!

So even if you could import, import my fail, or hardware is not supported.

3.5 is out of support, and you should really move onto a current and supported platform.
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I have not tried it yet so I can not give A for unless I have prove, in theory i agree.
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But not trying is your problem... Just like not going to bathroom and blaming the world...
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