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checking for notifications queuing on vmware

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vmware ESXi vshere checks for updates on a regular basis. today, they are queuing. how do I get these to execute?
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How do you have your scheduled tasks configured?
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they are the check new notifications. this has come up before. I found this: If the queued tasks are "Check new notifications" and you see them under the Recent Tasks bottom pane in the vSphere Client - then you will need to open the services manager (Administrative tools -> services, or just run services.msc) on your vCenter server and right click the "VMware vCenter Update Manager Service" and select restart.  this is what I am now doing, so I may have found the solution.  although, some are completing, but some others are staying queued.
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found my own solution. close question
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