No, there is no way to do that. A few years ago, I pushed for this very same via RFE/idea (BFINV-I-132) but as you will see it never got any traction. Welcome to vote if you’d like.
@JasonWalker, it is - we have the disconnected scans that are designed to cover cases where you are trying to scan environments that have no direct connectivity between BigFix Platform and the machines being scanned and that’s fine - you set those up, get a way to post the results to the BFI server and get it to import BUT there is no equivalent methodology to get the VM Manager data imported in a disconnected fashion! Imagine you have in that environment a bunch of VMs (Linux, Windows, etc) and a bunch of hosts (Hyper-V, KVM, etc) - by importing them as completely unrelated you are essentially skewing any kind of CPU/RAM/etc-based license metrics for software that uses those just because BFI can’t establish the Virtualization Hierarchy for them (and as a result any VMs via disconnected scans are also sitting in “No VM Manager Data”).
In fact, I do have another RFE for tagging disconnected scan results as “public cloud” from the equivalent problem (again, disconnected scans doesn’t allow you the functionality you get through Platform) which again is a product functionality gap imho.