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Hi Esxi expert ,

I have a few question for esxi 5.0 , One company auditor request to check few setting for auditing purpose i need to know how to do

1)Use VMware Update manager and patch ESXi host using the agreed Patch Baseline. Make sure ESXi hosts shows compliant to Baseline scan query

2)ESX/ESXi host using the vCLI and execute the command "esxcli software vib list" and verify the acceptance level for each VIB is either "VMware Certified", "VMware Supported", or "Partner Supported"

3)Configure persistent logging for all ESXi host

4)Configure remote logging for ESXi hosts

5)Configure persistent logging for all ESXi host

6)Configure remote logging for ESXi hosts

Hope someone can help me out this setting where to change ?

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1. Do you have Update Manager installed?

http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/smbit/upgrade-to-vsphere-50-update-1-using-update-manager/179

2. login to ESXi host via SSH, and execute the command

esxcli software vib list

3-6 Setup a Syslog Server for logging

see here

http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2003322
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