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VMware VIC upgrade

Posted on 2010-09-17
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Hey guys,

Just upgraded the vCenter from 2.5 to 4.0.  Now I need to upgrade a VIC and upgrade manager peice.  Are these upgrades located in the same install?  vSphere Client 4.0 and vCenter Update Manager?
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Yes, Update Manager and the vCenter Client are both located on the vCenter Server ISO.  Launch the autorun.exe and the splash screen has links for both the client and UM.
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Great thank  you.  For the upgrade manager can I also do it from the Plug-in screen?  Attached:
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Yes, click Download and Install and it'll install the plugin.
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by:bgoering
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You can also point your web browser at the vCenter server machine to download and instll the client piece.

Good Luck
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Thank you.
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