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How to install vCenter 4.1 SDK?

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Anyone know how to install the SDK for vCenter?

I am using vCenter 4.1 with Tomcat Web server installed. I've added my ESX successfully.  But get page not found when trying to access server URL and SDK.

I am also using XenDesktop 4 on an ESX host that worked fine pointing to previous vcenter 4.0
I get the below error when trying to create desktop groups pointing to new vcenter 4.1 server http://10.0.133.11/sdk.

"The hosting infrastructure could not be reached at the specified address."

I have followed the steps in the following article to 1) Enable httpAndHttps 2) Import rui.crt into Trusted Key Store.
http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX125578
But not working for me so far...
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You need to go to this web site login with your member id and download the package from her:

http://www.vmware.com/support/developer/vc-sdk/

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Thanks Inkevin.

I downloaded it and found out all I had to do was copy the SDK directory to the tomcat root folder on my vcenter server.  Oh and since I changed the web services port to 8081 I had to refer to it as http://servername:8081/sdk and worked!!
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Glad to hear that! Have a good one!

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