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Just upgraded to ESXi 5.1. How to remove the warning message:
ESXi shell for the host has been enabled
SSH for the host has been enabled
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Click on the host in the left window pane.  CLick on the configuration tab in the right window pane.  Under software clic security profile.  Click properties for the security profiles and find ssh and stop it.  Next set it to start and stop manually.
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Once you have enabled ESXi Shell and SSH access, the method to suppress the Warnings are as follows. See my EE Articles

HOW TO: Suppress Configuration Issues and Warnings Alert displayed in Summary status for ESXi 4.1 U2 or ESXi 5.0 after enabling SSH or ESXi Shell
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