Seems like the OVF environment may be missing or corrupt. See here: Checking and restoring the OVF context of the vSphere Replication Appliance (2106709) | VMware KB
This can sometimes happen during upgrade, and symptom is that your appliance shows as a vsphere replication server, as in your screengrab.
It is mentioned in 6.5 release notes also: "Important: Before you initiate an upgrade, verify that the vSphere Replication appliance has an OVF environment, or context"
The vSphere Replication appliance changes to a vSphere Replication server after the upgrade
If you do not check the OVF context of the vSphere Replication appliance before you perform an upgrade, and the upgrade operation does not fail, the upgraded vSphere Replication appliance appears as a vSphere Replication Server. The data about replications that were configured before the upgrade is lost.
- If you have a pre-upgrade snapshot of the vSphere Replication appliance, revert to that snapshot and see Checking and Restoring the OVF Environment of the vSphere Replication Appliance (2106709).
- If you do not have a pre-upgrade snapshot of the vSphere Replication appliance, uninstall the upgraded vSphere Replication instance and perform a fresh deployment. See Installing and Uninstalling vSphere Replication.