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Create vSphere Update Manager Baselines and Patch ESXi Hosts

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Teach the user how to create vSphere Update Manager baselines and how to use them to patch ESXi hosts

Video Steps

1. Open vSphere Client

2. Create ESXi 5.5 0 Baseline

3. Using vSphere Update Manager, attach a baseline to an inventory object and scan it for compliance

4. Remediate non-compliant ESXi hosts with vSphere Update Manager

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by:#AKS#
I think the below KB explained every steps in a better way..

http://www.techiessphere.com/2017/04/how-to-use-update-manager-for-patching-esxi-servers.html

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