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I am getting intel vt not enabled but it is in my white box and in the virtual esx server inside the physical host it says enable in bios but cannot find it in the virtual bios

the physical host has it enabled
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There is no option in the VM BIOS.

think physical what does the error message mean on a physical box, if you had installed ESXi 5.0.

Yes check Intel VT is enabled in BIOS, but your virtual installation does not know this is a virtual environment.

So, the other option is Intel VT not available to this Guest, quite normal in a nested environment.

Check the Virtualisation settings in the VM Settings, and change from Automatic.
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eh
Check the Virtualisation settings in the VM Settings, and change from Automatic.?
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Intel VT
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Change the BIOS on the ESXi server.
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the physical host or the virtual one ?
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