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ESX host is showing the triangle-shaped warning sign.
I looked under hardware hardware status , alarms, tasks and events and cannot see any log there.

Everything is running fine, just cannot understand why the warning sign is there and how to get rid of it.

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Have you enabled SSH to the server? This could be the source of the warning.
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Go to summary tab. And stay there for a while. It will show the warning message in yellow.
It will be mostly SSH or ESXi shell enabled.
To disable it you will have to go to Configuration>Security profile>Services>Properties.
Select the option that is enabled, click on options and disable it.
If its anything else, please provide a screenshot.
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Have you checked to see if you host CPU and memory usage is approaching it's max
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I will reset the Lab later and check it
Thanks
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