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“ESXi 6.5” “vSphere Web Client” “VMware Tools” – how to install/upgrade

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/04/19

This got me zero good hits in the top 10: “ESXi 6.5” “vSphere Web Client” “VMware Tools” – Google Search

Since how to install/upgrade moved, here is a screenshot how to install or upgrade the VMware Tools using the “new” vSphere Web Client that standard in ESXi 6.5 and up:

It would be much more intuitive if the blue bar just linked to that action.

–jeroen

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