Not enough licenses installed in vSphere/Virtual Infrastructure (1005265)
This article guides you through troubleshooting missing or incorrectly installed licenses on the License Server. The article provides steps to eliminate common causes leading to an insufficient licenses error.
Verify that the feature in question is part of the ESX/ESXi edition purchased.
- For vSphere 5.x, see Licensing ESXi 5.x and vCenter Server 5.x (2014295).
- For vSphere 4.x , see Licensing ESX 4.x, ESXi 4.x, and vCenter Server 4.x (1010839).
- For VI 3.x, see VMware Products in VI3.5 Foundation, Standard and Enterprise Editions (1003296).
For vSphere 4.x and above, see Verifying that a feature is licensed in vSphere (1003692).
For VI 3.x, see Viewing the number of CPU Licenses using the VI Client (1005262).
For vSphere 4.x and above, see Using a product feature fails with the error: Feature is not licensed with this edition (1034773).
For VI 3.x, see ESX 3.x Server and vCenter 2.x Editions (1005153).
Note: This is only valid for VI 3.x.
Note: If you make a correction to the license file, repeat step 5. This is only valid for VI 3.x.
Cannot Add a Host to VirtualCenter (1003623) for Virtual Infrastructure 3.x
If your problem still exists after trying the steps in this article, file a support request with VMware Support and note this KB Article ID in the problem description. For more information, see Filing a Support Request in My VMware (2006985).
- Verifying that a feature is licensed in vSphere
- Licensing ESX 4.x, ESXi 4.x, and vCenter Server 4.x
- Adding an ESXi host to vCenter Server fails with the error: Host cannot be added to the vCenter as there are not enough Virtual Center Agent Licenses
- vSphere pricing, licensing, and compatibility FAQs
- Using a product feature fails with the error: Feature is not licensed with this edition
- Filing a Support Request in My VMware
- Licensing ESXi 5.x and vCenter Server 5.x