aj800
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How do you check or enable Quick Boot in vSphere 7 Update 3?

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We recently upgraded from 67 to 7.0U3 and I noticed the servers were taking long to boot up.  I figured it was because they were upgrades rather than patches being applied, so I paid it no mind, until we had to patch them.  The hosts still did the full HPE BIOS reboot and I don't recall ever disabling Quick Boot from when it worked in 6.7  I don't see the "Quick Boot" label or an enable check box anywhere in Lifecycle Manager (like it was in Update Manager), so how do I check to see the status/compatibility of Quick Boot (since it should be compatible) and enable it once again?  I can't find any documentation with the "how to" of it, just how it works.  Thanks in advance.

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Digory34
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https://docs.vmware.com/en/VMware-vSphere/7.0/com.vmware.vsphere-lifecycle-manager.doc/GUID-5AF3C64F...

Normally, the feature should be enabled on the Remediation Settings from LCM. you have to tick the options.

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Digory34
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https://docs.vmware.com/en/VMware-vSphere/7.0/com.vmware.vsphere-lifecycle-manager.doc/GUID-5AF3C64F...

Normally, the feature should be enabled on the Remediation Settings from LCM. you have to tick the options.

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aj800
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Thank you!  For anyone else looking for this:

Lifecycle Manager --> Settings --> Host Remediation --> [Images/Baselines] --> Edit

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