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  1. mark gabryjelski
    mark gabryjelski at |

    Funny on the timing of this post, Michael. Just had this conversation with my team, as we prepare for a 300 ESXi server / 6 x vCenter environment upgrade, and added this to the workflow.

    What COULD happen if you don’t reboot? Something as simple as being annoyed during the next use of Update Manager, or as bad as HA not working during a host failure (OK, the latter is me speculating worst case scenario…).

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