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johnowenaws
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No valid server license. Cannot provision server

When attempting to deploy my first VM Blueprint in vRA7 my deployments all fail with the following error message.

Status
Failed
Status Details
Request [xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]: No valid server license. Cannot provision server [vSphere_Machine_1].; No valid server license. Cannot provision server [vSphere_Machine_1]

Everything in the VM Blueprints appear to correct.  I get the same error message whether its a WIndows 2012 R2 or CentOS 6.7.  I've tried it with Clone & Linked Clone VMs.  The correct VMware.VirtualCenter.OperatingSystem is set correctly in the Custom Properties.

I haven't found anything in the logs to point me in the right direction.  Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

vRA7

vSphere 6

vRB7

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dealyb
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did you ever get a fix for this? I am experiencing the exact same problem with VRA7.  When I try to deploy a windows 2012 template, it says

No valid server license. Cannot provision server....

any advice appreciated.

Brian

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maxgrechnev
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Hello,

I have the same problem with my first provision request. Does anyone know what license it is about?

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