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posted on April 29th 2015, at 13:18
by lunarg
There are two ways to enable the SSH server on a VMWare ESX host, through the vSphere client or through direct access through the console.

Use this method if you have access to the host directly through console, or when you can use a remote management system such as HP's Integrated Lights-Out or Dell's iDRAC.

If you can't log on using the vSphere client, this is the only way to enable the SSH server.

Log on to the console using the root account.

In the menu, go to Troubleshooting, then enable the SSH server.

Log on to the ESX host through the vSphere client. You can also log on your vCenter server to enable the service.

Click on the host (in vCenter or when logged in directly on the ES  ...
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