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I am  confused , I thought that the vcenter licenses never expired? I guess I am wrong ???

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I am  confused , I thought that the vcenter licenses never expired? I guess I am wrong ???

this seems like it is expiringGUI showing expiring  license soon , is this right?
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you need to put a purchased key in there
seems you are running on the 60 day evaluation
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