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A host server was recently updated from 5.5 to 6.0.  The client can no longer connect to vCenter 5.5.  Is it easier to create a new vcenter appliance and migrate the hosts to it or upgrade the current appliance?  There were only 3 hosts on the VCA.
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Thank you!  I was able to roll back the 6 to 5.5
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