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Please refer to the VMware Compatibility Guide for a list of qualified server hardware.
ESXi 5.1 Update 3 ISO image (Includes VMware Tools) Boot your server with this image in order to install or upgrade to ESXi. NOTE: ESXi requires 64-bit capable servers for installation and execution.
Refer to the following guides in the v Sphere documentation for more information on these configuration tasks. Future releases of VMware v Center Server might not support installation on 32-bit Windows operating systems.
VMware recommends installing v Center Server on a 64-bit Windows operating system.
ESXi 5.1 Update 3 Offline Bundle Contains VIB packages, and image profiles for ESXi, including VMware Tools.
Use the image profiles and the VIB packages with VMware Image Builder and VMware Auto Deploy to create custom image/ISO generation for ESXi deployments.
Read the for step-by-step guidance about installing and configuring ESX and v Center Server.
Admin 2 starts the v Sphere Host Update Utility, sees that host1 is running ESXi 3.5, and tries to upgrade the host.
The v Sphere Host Update Utility does not report that an upgrade is already in progress.
VMware supports and recommends that you perform one upgrade at a time when you use v Sphere Host Update Utility.
ESXi 5.1 Update 3 Driver Rollup (Includes VMware Tools) ESXi 5.1 Update 3 ISO with updated drivers (Includes VMware Tools) Boot your server with this ESXi Driver Rollup image in order to install ESXi with updated drivers.
(ESXi requires 64-bit capable servers) NOTE: This image should not be used for ESXi upgrades.
For simplicity, it is best practice to upgrade one host at a time. If the upgrade fails, restart v Sphere Host Update Utility before you retry the upgrade.