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how can i get to the proxy.xml on an esx server?
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You mean to the file? You can download/install WinSCP (http://winscp.net/eng/download.php).

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I mean, what is the location of the file?
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it is in /etc/vmware/hostd/
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Oh, ok...Yes, 'hades' is correct..that location. You can browse to it via GUI (WinSCP...my choice), or using SSH.

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