SWATISATHE
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VCSA 6.7

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I am new to VMware. Can someone guide me to get Venter web client 6.7?

Please add the link to download in answers.

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daphnissov
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Your only option is to create a JSON config file and script the install. This can be automated in a variety of ways. See the vCenter Installation and Setup Guide. Page 63 begins the CLI install option.

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a_p_
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The web client is embedded in the product itself, so there's no separate installation required.

André

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RickVerstegen
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vSphere Web Client

https://FQDN-or-IP-Address-of-VC/vsphere–client

vSphere Client - HTML5

https://FQDN-or-IP-Address-of-VC/UI

Blog: https://rickverstegen84.wordpress.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/verstegenrick
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SWATISATHE
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I am not able to find correct image to do the clean install. I need VCSA 6.7.

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daphnissov
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Login to your MyVMware account and select vSphere. Select vCSA and download.

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SWATISATHE
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I tried doing that. This is the image I am downloading and error I am getting on VMware workstation

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daphnissov
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Please use Google to search for any one of numerous articles that explain how to install vCSA on Workstation. You don't just mount the ISO up to a VM and go.

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bhuqwl
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Many articles about installing VCSA can be found on the Internet.

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SWATISATHE
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Is there any way to make VCSA 6.7 .iso bootable? I want to clone it/ make a template for VCSA 6.7.

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daphnissov
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What? No, it doesn't work that way.

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SWATISATHE
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I kno. Just thinking of all the options I have.

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daphnissov
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Options to do what? You asked about the vSphere web client, and to get that you need to install the vCSA. You probably need to start with the product documentation and go from there.

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SWATISATHE
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Option to create template for BCSA 6.7

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daphnissov
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Your only option is to create a JSON config file and script the install. This can be automated in a variety of ways. See the vCenter Installation and Setup Guide. Page 63 begins the CLI install option.

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TotesHagopes
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As daphnissov mentioned, the only way for a template would be using the JSON option for an automated script.

For an overview of the installation process and play-by-play of the deployment, check out vSphere Central vCenter Lifecycle (Install, Upgrade, and Migrate)

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rkoria2007
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Hi,

vCSA image is not bootable iso you have to mount iso and run setup manually when you will deploy it will ask ip address of host and so many details and will create 12 different vmdk partitions.

Thanks

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rkoria2007
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Hi,

why do you want to clone ? there is new feature called vCenter high availability so you can deploy vCSA on 2 different hosts and create redundancy like 1 vCSA active and other vCSA passive.active server will sync with passive.

Thanks

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