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Could someone please send me a link to download virtual infrastructure client please.
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by:vmwarun - Arun
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Open a browser and type https://youresxhostip and click on the "Download VMware Infrastructure Client" to download the VI Client.
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by:Steve
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Yes, as arunaju says above is correct..

The VMware Infrastructure client is automatically placed onto your ESXi host when you install it.. just browse to the IP address that you assigned to this host and you'll be able to download the client directly from your newly created server.

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