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Incapsula incident ID: 108001301494508901-2757697616281864232 Request unsuccessful. If they do not match, you cannot assign the license key. The memory that is configured for the virtual machine that you try to power on will lead to exceeding 192GB of consumed vRAM. ESXi and vCenter Server 5 Documentation > vSphere Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting Licensing 1 2 3 4 5 0 Ratings Feedback 1 2 3 4 5 0 Ratings   Unable to Power http://ndsman.net/virtual-machine/vmware-player-error-while-opening-the-virtual-machine-taking-ownership-of-this-virtual-machine-failed.php

Cause You might be unable to power on a virtual machine because of the following reasons. ■ The 60-day evaluation period of the host is expired. ■ The license of the Incapsula incident ID: 108001301494508901-1987145969022273572 Request unsuccessful. Verify that the edition of the license key matches the configured features and resources on the host. Power off virtual machines to free a certain amount of vRAM. https://kb.vmware.com/kb/2001005

An Error Was Received From The Esx Host While Powering On Vm Failed To Start The Virtual Machine

Problem You cannot power on a virtual machine on an ESXi host. Incapsula incident ID: 108001301494508901-1654226148918036515 ⇨SEND US FEEDBACK! The license of the host is expired. Incapsula incident ID: 108001301494508901-3273517708153194538 Request unsuccessful.

Reduce the amount of memory that is configured to the virtual machine that you try to power on. Incapsula incident ID: 108001301494508901-1987145964727306276 Request unsuccessful. Incapsula incident ID: 108001301494508901-2088573837920438310 Request unsuccessful. Cannot Power On Vm Greyed Out Request unsuccessful.

The memory that is configured for the virtual machine exceeds the amount of pooled vRAM for the host licenses. You cannot use more than 192GB of pooled vRAM for hosts that are licensed with vSphere 5.x Essentials. Obtain a vSphere license key and assign the key to the ESXi host. Incapsula incident ID: 108001301494508901-2321951623366838309 Request unsuccessful.

For details about vRAM an vRAM pooling, see License Management and Reporting from vCenter Server and Host Management. Power On Virtual Machine Stuck In Progress To free a certain amount of vRAM, reconfigure the memory for the powered on virtual machines on the hosts that are connected to vCenter Server. Incapsula incident ID: 108001301494508901-1987145960432338980 Request unsuccessful. The edition of the license key does not match the configured features and resources on the host.

A General System Error Occurred The Virtual Machine Could Not Start

Solution Power on a Virtual Machine Cause Solution The evaluation period of the host is expired. learn this here now Request unsuccessful. An Error Was Received From The Esx Host While Powering On Vm Failed To Start The Virtual Machine Incapsula incident ID: 108001301494508901-3027652369718183977 "failed To Start The Virtual Machine (error -18)"