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connect to Vcenter with web Client

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connect to Vcenter with web Client
we have Vcenter 5.1 I can connect to it using vspher client.
I want to connect to Vcenter using Vsphere webclient.
How can I do that?

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Have you installed vsphere web client from the vCenter installation?
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<<Have you installed vsphere web client from the vCenter installation? >>

I have not...How to install it ?
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Run the installer from the vCenter DVD or ISO.

The Web Client installation is included.

see Derek's installation Guide here

http://www.derekseaman.com/2012/09/vmware-vcenter-51-installation-part-8_22.html
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