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posted on April 3rd 2013, at 10:15
by lunarg
Currently, vCenter Server 5.1 is not supported on Windows Server 2012. Trying to install usually results in several errors, but they can be resolved with some workarounds and things to consider. This post is a gathering of (some of) those things.

First of, be sure to install .NET 3.5 using the Server Manager. It can be found as a feature. The installation delivered in the vCenter installation cannot be installed.

It's best to install the required components (SSO and Inventory Service) separately to ensure the installation of the different components goes smoothly. You will have to type in and remember the SSO passwords though.

Upon installation of the vCenter Server, it will insta  ...
 
On July 4th 2013 at 22:04, Jol-tech wrote:
 
vCenter server service was not starting on Win 2012 and editing the registry was the fix, thanks a lot!!
 
 
 
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