In this video, learn how to upgrade a group of ESXi hosts to 6.7 using Update Manager, import an updated ESXi image into Update Manager, apply an upgrade baseline and then scan and remediate the hosts.
- [Rick] In this video, I'll demonstrate how to upgrade … an ESXi host from ESXi 6.5 to ESXi 6.7 using update manager. … So I'm going to start by clicking on hosts and clusters. … And here you can see I've got an ESXi host … that currently has ESXi 6.5 installed on it. … So I want to upgrade this host to ESXi 6.7. … So step one, I'm going to go back to the home screen … of the vSphere client and click on update manager. … And I need to add an ESXi image to update manager … for ESXi 6.7. … This is the image that I'm going to use … to upgrade this host. … So I'll click on ESXi images and then click on import. … And I'll just browse to the location … where I have the ESXi 6.7 installer located. … So here you can see my VMvisor installer for version 6.7. … I'm going to go ahead and open this file. … Then I'll give it a few minutes to upload … to my update manager ESXi image repository. … Okay, so now my image is uploaded. … And so what I'm going to do is just simply click … on this image and then click on new baseline. …
Note: This series is also designed to prepare candidates for the VMware Certified Professional - Data Center Virtualization 2019 (VCP-DCV 2019) exam.
This course was created by Rick Crisci. We are pleased to host this training in our library.