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trko  2017-08-18 11:23:50 PDT
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thakala  2017-08-17 11:58:45 PDT
I have a SR open about this at VMware but I don't have my hopes high that it will lead to anything :disappointed:
thakala  2017-08-17 11:58:13 PDT
this has been bugging me A LOT but never had time to investigate it close enough until this week
thakala  2017-08-17 11:57:46 PDT
this can happen in heavily automated environments like we have
thakala  2017-08-17 11:57:28 PDT
so, if VM is cloned with customization enabled VNICs will be left disconnected IF VM is migrated to another host by vMotion BEFORE customization starts
thakala  2017-08-17 11:57:00 PDT
I was able to find out a actual scenario when this happens, if someone could try to verify this I would be grateful
thakala  2017-08-17 11:56:02 PDT
Yesterday I wrote about an issue when cloned Linux VM would sometimes have VNICs left in disconnected state after customization


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