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  1. There’s something weird here going on. My VCMA download contains no OVF, but just a couple VMDK files and a vmx file.

    Also there is no File->Virtual Appliance-> Import from VIC connected direct to my ESXI 4.1 server.

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  5. I have the mobile access server up and running. How do you permanently change the name of that server? I have edited the /etc/sysconfig/networks file and saved it. However, when I reboot, it goes back

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    • Tony,

      No need. The appliance will grab it’s name from in-address.arpa but changing it’s name inside linux is not possible. This has no affect on the operation of the appliance, although it may affect SSL certificate delegation.

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