vSphere Client (HTML5) Fling v3.0 – OVF Deploy (6.5 only), New VM from Content Library, Create Roles

vSphere Client (HTML5) Fling v3.0 – OVF Deploy (6.5 only), New VM from Content Library, Create Roles

vSphere Client (HTML5) Fling v3.0 – OVF Deploy…

Today we’re happy to announce version 3.0 of the HTML5 based vSphere Client Fling. For a long while we’ve been running with 2.x, but now there’s a big enough change that warrants a new version. There are a few big things available now (3 new, one very recent) which are worth highlighting:


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vSphere C# Client officially gone in vSphere…

vSphere C# Client officially gone in vSphere 6.5 but what are the HTML5 client limitations – vsphere-land.com

vSphere C# Client officially gone in vSphere…

Earlier this year I wrote about the end of life for our beloved vSphere C# thick client. Now that vSphere 6.5 is here VMware delivered on their promise to eliminate the C# client in vSphere 6.5 in lieu of the new HTML5 client that they have been working on to replace the current flash-based vSphere web client that everybody hates on.


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VMware vSphere 6.5: Host-Client HTML5

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VMware vSphere 6.5: Host-Client HTML5

As we all are aware that C# client is no more available.VMWare come-up with HTML5. How it look like and what all options are there lets take a look. Login into vSphere Client via : https://esxiname-FQDN/ui/ After login below is… Continue Reading →


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