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What is image profile stands for?

Summary -> Configuration -> ESXi version : VMware ESXi, 5.5.0, xxxxx
image profile: (Updated) HP-ESXi-5.5.0-iso-5.xxxx

How can i extract ESXi version and Image profile version for all the hosts in my vcenter
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Look at the Summary of the Host, and check Image Profile, and it will state if it's a vendor version.

e.g. Dell, HP, IBM etc

otherwise, you will need to login to the console or remotely via SSH, and check the image, using esxcli

see also here

VMware KB: Image Profiles of ESXi 5.x Hosts
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Can i get the central report of all my hosts?
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE) earned 500 total points
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You would have to script it...

esxcli --server=server_name software profile get
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