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Also, the official VMware documentation seems to ignore any recommended values for the advanced options box.

A former colleague of mine asked what to put in the box, so I did some digging with procmon to see exactly what the advanced options box does. The string that I have found to work is as follows: I’ve tested this on ESXi 4.1 and ESXi 5.0 with the same results – the VM is updated without a reboot.

I won’t take responsibility when your production SQL box reboots.

😉 The second method is a little more difficult, but not by much.

However, if you want to do a non-invasive update and let the reboot occur during your corporate patch cycle, the information in this post may appeal to you.

Probably the most known, and easiest method, to update VMware Tools is via the v Sphere Client. You will be prompted to choose how you would like the upgrade to take place, either Interactively or Automatically.

You can also download the source files for any GPL, LGPL, or other similar licenses that require the source code or modifications to source code to be made available for the most recent generally available release of v Sphere.

Workaround: Ensure that the same password is used for the v Center Single Sign On Master Password and the v Center Single Sign On Administrator password.

To move the Inventory Service database to a different host machine, back up the database on the source machine and restore the database on the destination machine as described in the v Sphere Installation and Setup documentation.In particular, read the following: v Sphere 5.1 Update 2 supports only CPUs with LAHF and SAHF CPU instruction sets.During an installation or upgrade, the installer checks the compatibility of the host CPU with v Sphere 5.1 Update 2.After you upgrade v Center Server or the ESXi host to v Sphere 5.1 Update 2 and attempt to connect to the v Center Server or the ESXi host using a version of v Sphere Client earlier than 5.1 Update 1b, you are prompted to upgrade the v Sphere Client to v Sphere Client 5.1 Update 2. You must use only the upgraded v Sphere Client to access v Sphere 5.1 Update 2.The Inventory Service database does not have a scheduled backup.

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