If you have the NSX-T Manager OVA on a fileshare or web server you can deploy it from the vCenter GUI, or use any other deployment tool like OVFtool.
Using OVFtool to deploy NSX-T Manager is a great way to deploy a quick and repeatable configuration. It also helps to document the configuration options.
Recently VMware released a Fling of the VMware Appliance for Folding@Home.
It’s great to see the VMware community coming together so quickly to help out.
As part of my love/hate relationship with OVFtool, here’s a few ways you can deploy the VMware Appliance for Folding@Home using OVFtool.
Deploying vRNI 4.1 you might get an error: Insufficient capacity on each physical CPU.