Virtual machines in vmware requires reset of the vlan

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Virtual machines in vmware requires reset of the vlan

I have virtual machines in the vmware environment that run either windows or linux that loose conncetivity and every time i have to change their vlan to vm network and latter join them to original vlan to gain connectivity.

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