I have a Virtual Check Point v. 80.10 running on ESXi and everything works fine ( running on a 1 year trial licence)
But I see alot of this error message in the "dmesg" log (when running the command dmesg after ssh to the firewall and switching to expert mode) :
"Invalid license: VE license is required"
If i create a trial licence "Check Point vSEC NSX Gateway for 100 virtual cores. Integrating Check Point's Next Generation Threat Prevention - EVAL" and install it the error message dissalpears.
I were told that the VE licence is included in my 1 year trial licence.
Does any one here know if the error message affects the performance on the virtual 80.10 ?