Welcome to my VMware vSphere series. In this session I will describe updating VCSA 6.7. I’m in the process of adding a couple of new esxi-servers to my lab. Before I do that, I will update my VCSA. I know this is basic knowledge to many, but I decided to add it as it might be helpful to others.
I log into my vCenter’s Web concole, port 5480
Before I update I have v. 6.7 Build 10244745
If i click Update from the menu on the left, I can select the 184.108.40.206000 update, I click STAGE AND INSTALL
I accept the terms, Next
I deselect CEIP, Next
I have a backup, Finish
The update begins, as this is my lab, it takes quite a while.
After the update finishes and the appliance restarts, I can verify that the new build is now 13010631.
I can also verify that there is a new vCenter login page, nice
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