Looks like the downloads have been accidentally forgotten:
"The copyright statements and licenses applicable to the open source software components distributed in vSphere 6.7 are available at http://www.vmware.com. You need to log in to your My VMware account. Then, from the Downloads menu, select vSphere. On the Open Source tab, you can also download the source files for any GPL, LGPL, or other similar licenses that require the source code or modifications to source code to be made available for the most recent available release of vSphere."
VMWare Support Request Confirmation Number:
Just in case anyone else wants to add a similar support request to get this resolved.
Unfortunately the first interpretation of support is as follows.... I have responded requesting Support re-interprets my original request.
Thank you for contacting VMware Customer Support.
My name is Sadiq, I have been assigned to work on your Support Request # 18851671607.
As I understand, you require assistance with downloading Free vSphere Hypervisor.
You may click on the below link to downlaod all the versions of Free vSphere Hypervisor.
Please refer to the below Knowledge Base Article, For more information on Downloading and licensing vSphere Hypervisor (ESXi 6.x):
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Next response from support has directed me to 6.5 downloads. I have further nudged towards realising there is a missing download.
Following a series of Support emails and phone calls VMWare have now posted 2 new downloads:
I suspect the Toolchain Open Source Disclosure package (previously 4Gb) is still missing but I've closed out my support case as resolved for now.
Does anyone else think the Toolchain is missing (it's possible it's been rolled into the downloads above)?