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  • Autoboot VM's on ESXi

    Hi,

    Does anyone know a way you can get VM's to automatically start on an ESXi server when the host starts up? The relevant options seem to be missing ... I'm sure they were there on full ESX.

    Kyu
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    Re: Autoboot VM's on ESXi

    Go to the ESXi host configuration tab, select "Virtual Machine Startup/ Shutdown", select properties, adjust to fit your needs, click OK to apply.

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      Re: Autoboot VM's on ESXi

      Please see attached screenshot
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