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Unable to refresh datastore in VM client

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I have deleted more than a few snapshots and am still unable to refresh the actual storage available from the VMware client in the datastore.  Does anyone have any suggestions?
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The virtual machine still has snapshots ?
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Yes, I resolved the issue by re-scanning via the configuration tab in the VMware client.
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