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    #26
    Oh you nested vcenter. I believe VMware Workstation allows promiscuous mode by default and cannot even be disabled, otherwise I would check there.

    What virtual network are you using? Have you tried using direct confections rather than nat'ed ?
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    I"m using the same set up I have for the past year. I don't use NAT, I always use Bridged @ home and work. It makes it SO much easier!

    I have Nested vCenter every other time, just this time seems different and getting the error, and I'm not sure why. I'll pull it out and make it "Physical" (a Virtual Physical in the design sense).
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