Upgrade your vSphere 6.5 host to 6.7

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A while back I wrote a post on how to update your vSphere server if you do not have a vCenter. The same method to patch your server with security updates can also be used to do an upgrade to a newer version. You can read the full post here. Before you continue you realy should … Continue reading Upgrade your vSphere 6.5 host to 6.7

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VMware vSphere 7 – the next numbered release

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VMworld is two weeks away from now and they already gave us a sneak preview about some upcoming changes in their next product line. vCenter Server for Windows VMware plans to deprecate vCenter Server for Windows with the next numbered release (not update release) of vSphere.  The next version of vSphere will be the terminal release … Continue reading VMware vSphere 7 – the next numbered release

vSphere ESXi 6.x – Easy update for standalone servers

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To upgrade a vSphere host using this method you need access the keyboard of your server or use SSH to perform the commands. By default, remote command execution is disabled on an ESXi host, and you cannot log in to the host by using a remote shell. You can enable remote command execution from the direct … Continue reading vSphere ESXi 6.x – Easy update for standalone servers