Hey guys. Having an odd problem with my new ESXi 4.1 embedded setup.
I have a license for the vSphere 4 Essentials package. I can add the license via the vSphere client with no issues, however if I reboot the host, the license reverts back to the generic hyperadvisor license.
All of the other configuration settings I have saved are working just fine.
I've seen this once before and was never able to resolve it without a reload of ESXi.
When you cleanly shutdown the system, the changes should be written from memory to the ESXi firmware. If the shutdowns
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