NetRock
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Hello,

I posted this in vRNI forum but thought it might be relevant to NSX too!

We have a vRNI deployment on a Stretched Cluster Environment. The issue we faced is regarding vSAN Witness Appliances that add up to total number of licensing.

Had the same issue in vROPS but could easily exclude those Witness Appliances. Is there a way to exclude them in vRNI licensing page?

Thank you!

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serbl
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Hi,

You can "hide" the witness appliances (or any other ESXi host for that matter) from vRNI by assigning the "no permissions" permission on the host object for the account that you use to connect vRNI to vCenter.

Best regards, Rutger

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serbl
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Hi,

You can "hide" the witness appliances (or any other ESXi host for that matter) from vRNI by assigning the "no permissions" permission on the host object for the account that you use to connect vRNI to vCenter.

Best regards, Rutger

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NetRock
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Hi Rutger,

Setting pemission on those vSAN Witness Appliances worked but it took few hours before it showed the effect on vRNI licensing page.

Thank you!

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