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ESX Server console advertises the wrong IP address to manage

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We have a ESX server that advertises the wrong IP address on the service management console for managing the server.
Where can I change this?
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by:MrN1c3
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Do you have multiple Service Consoles on the ESX box?
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Actually think I just found the answer to this.

The address advertised on the console is cosmetic. It can be edited in the etc/hosts file.
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