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It appears Virtual Volumes are bound to a single Vcenter Server Instance. Can a VVOL created on one Vcenter Server (DEV), be mounted on another Vcenter Server (STAGE)?

I have two Vcenter Servers, DEV and STAGE.  Both Vcenter Servers control different hosts and VMs, but all hosts attach to a common SAN.  I am able to create Virtual Volumes (VVOLs) on each server, but I am unable to mount a VVOL on both Vcenter Servers.  Is this a limitation of Vcenter Server?  If not, how can I do it?

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