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Hi Experts,

can't find /etc/inetd.conf on ESXi 5 host to activate SSH. Only Main console Menu can activate/deactivate SSHD.

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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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To Activate SSH in ESXi 5.0, is done in two ways:-

1. Either at the DCUI (console), Troubleshooting Options Enable SSH
2. via the vSphere GUI, Select Host, Configuration, Security Profile, Services, Properties,SSH Options

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 Enable SSH ESXi 5.0
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