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Creating a VMware template

Hello, I am creating a Solaris 11 template on my ESXI host. I would like each VM that is deployed from the template to have its own unique host fingerprint.

With Linux, I simply delete host keys, which causes new keys to be generated at bootup (new VM deployment)

Is there a way to do this with Solaris? I can settle with my VMs having the same fingerprint but I would like to avoid that.

Also, if anyone has any suggestions for creating a template I would love to hear them.

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Have a look at point 7.5 here:

7. Troubleshooting (Solaris x86 FAQ)
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