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Create vCenter Server Inventory Objects and add ESXi hosts to vCenter Server Inventory

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Teach the user how to create vCenter Server inventory objects and how to add ESXi hosts to inventory

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1. Open vSphere Web Client

2. Create new Datacenter inventory object

3. Create new Cluster inventory object

4. Add ESXi host to new cluster

5. Show how folders can be used to organize inventory objects

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