If vCenter has failed and has been replaced, or if you need to move your VSAN cluster to a new/different vCenter Server instance, a new vCenter cluster should be prepared prior to the addition of the existing VSAN nodes to vCenter. If the procedure outlined in the recipe is not followed, it should not cause any production problems in VSAN, but it will result in warnings, failure messaging, etc., and certain operations may fail if VSAN licensing is not transferred.
This recipe assumes that the new vCenter server is built, licensed, and ready for use. A datacentre should already exist.
You should be logged into vSphere Web Client as an administrator.