OVF Tool: Error: Task failed on server: This host does not support Intel VT-x. VMWare VCenter install On ESXi ERror

Intel VT-X is enabled in Virtualbox but it doesn't seem to pass through the needed vmx extension despite the following variables on the host confirming it is enabled:

cat /sys/module/kvm_intel/parameters/nested
Y
cat /sys/module/kvm_intel/parameters/ept
Y

 

 

OVF Tool: Disk progress: 99%
OVF Tool: Transfer Completed
OVF Tool: Powering on VM: Embedded-vCenter-Server-Appliance-
OVF Tool: Task progress: 0%
OVF Tool: Task Failed
OVF Tool: Error: Task failed on server: This host does not support Intel VT-x.
OVF Tool: Error: Fault cause: vim.fault.InvalidState
OVF Tool: Completed with errors
Deployment failed. OVF Tool return error code: 1
Proceed with certificate thumbprint check...
The certificate for server '192.168.1.54' will not be verified because you have provided either the '--no-ssl-certificate-verification' or '--no-esx-ssl-verify' command parameter, which disables
verification for all certificates. Remove this parameter from the command line if you want server certificates to be verified.
Failed to collect support bundle from appliance because: Cannot gather support logs because the appliance was not power on.
=========================================================================== [FAILED] Task: Deploying vCenter Server Appliance execution failed at 19:34:28
===========================================================================
======================================================================================================================================================================================================
Error message: com.vmware.vcsa.installer.ovf.deploy_appliance: ApplianceDeploymentTask: Caught an exception Deployment failed. O

VF Tool return error code: 1
============================================================================================== 19:34:29 ==============================================================================================
Result and Log File Information...


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