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Where can I find specific VMware version support info?  Based on this link and excerpt below, there is no specific update listed for vSphere 6.7 support, and latest patches appear to be recommended if not required.  However, upon upgrading a test server to 6.7 update 3, NBR is telling me I'm running an unsupported version.  6.7u3 was released 3 months ago, why is it not supported yet, and why is there no mention of it being unsupported?

https://helpcenter.nakivo.com/display/NH/Supported+Platforms

NAKIVO Backup & Replication provides data protection for the following platforms:

  • AWS EC2
  • Microsoft Hyper-V 2019, 2016, 2012R2, 2012
  • Nutanix AHV 5.10 (LTS)
  • Physical Windows Server 2019, 2016, 2012R2, 2012, 2008R2
  • VMware vSphere v4.1 - v6.7

Make sure that your system is updated with the latest patch.

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I'm already running NBR 9.0, will running the updater again give me a different build with undocumented fixes?

The specific message I received after upgrading to 6.7u3:

Only ESXi host from version 4.1 to 6.7 are supported. You can proceed at your own risk with no warranty.

I was unable to make any changes to the backup job until I rolled the server back to 6.7u2.

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The update changed the version from 9.0.0.34278 to 9.0.0.35895, upgrading to 6.7u3 didn't produce any errors or warnings.

Are build update change/bugfix details or notifications available anywhere?

Thanks.    -Steve

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NAKIVO update with support of vSphere 6.7 update 3 was added in the custom build of NAKIVO 9.0.0 version. This information (support of 6.7 u3) is not shown on NAKIVO web site. We expect this information within next release of NAKIVO 9.1.0

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