How to Install VMware ESXI 6.0 on an EDSI5 or EDSi4 computer, ESXi 184.108.40.206.1-20160908.7z (9,7MB) https://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/marcia_leone_lopez_20160907_attorney.jpg,Maria Teresa Lopez-Lopez-Muerkin-1.6-20160826-ATTorney.JPG This guide should work for anyone using ESXi ESXi, ESX2 or ESX 3.x and ESXi 7.0, but not for ESXi 3.0.
If you are running a ESXi host with an ESX 5.0 or higher installation, you can try this guide if you can’t get it to work.
If you are having trouble getting this guide to work, please contact VMware Support.
For the best experience, we recommend you to install the latest version of ESXi from ESXi Support, and also install the VMware Workstation Essentials Professional Essentials Edition.
This is because the latest ESXi is already in the installation CD.
You can follow this guide in a browser window, but you might have to install some additional tools before you can get started.
You will also need to have access to a command prompt.
First, download and extract the ESXi Installer.
Open a command line and type the following command:Installer v3.1 Installer v2.6 Installer-20150818.7.zip (12,7Mb)If you have a Windows 7 or higher system, you may have to change the permissions for this command.
Type the following commands to change your administrator permissions on this command:You will also have to make sure that you have the correct permissions to run the installer in the desired order, otherwise it won’t install correctly.
After the installation has completed, you will need to restart your ESXi system, and then reboot.
The install process will continue.
This is the only time you will see an error message when attempting to install ESXi.
If this happens, you should try again after the install.
This can also be a problem if you are not using the latest installer, or if you don’t have an internet connection.