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You can create a VM folder in the vCenter client, these folders work compleltely independent from host folders or hosts themselves or clusters, so it doesn't matter where VM actually resides.
You just navigate to Inventory > VMs and Templates, right-click on a datacenter and select New Folder
There is one limitation though - this has to be a direct parent folder for a VM, so if you have some VMs in a subfolder - you need to either move them to the "Exclude Folder" or create another "Exclude Folder" with the same(or different) name and move these VMs there.
Feel free to ask any other questions regarding VM discovery process.
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