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It seems that if you have Per-VM EVC enabled on a VM and you replicate it to a cluster that has a lower-level of EVC enabled on it, you will not be able to power on your replica. You will get a "No host is compatible with the virtual machine" error. Just a heads up.
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Thanks for sharing! Perhaps enabling per-VM EVC increases virtual hardware version of a VM (just a guess).
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