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FusionCube HCI 3.2 vCenter Plug-in User Guide 01 (VMware vSphere)

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Restarting the vSphere Web Client

Restarting the vSphere Web Client

Scenarios

Restart the vSphere web client.

Windows (VMware vSphere 6.0)

  1. Use the remote desktop connection tool of the local PC to log in to the computer used to deploy vCenter.
  2. Choose Start > Run.
  3. Enter services.msc and press Enter.

    The Services dialog box is displayed.

  4. In the Name column, click VMware vSphere Web Client.
  5. Click Stop.

    A dialog box is displayed.

  6. Click Yes.
  7. Click Start.

Windows (VMware vSphere 6.5/6.7)

  1. Use the remote desktop connection tool of the local PC to log in to the computer used to deploy vCenter.
  2. Choose Start > Run.
  3. Enter cmd and press Enter.

    The command line interface is displayed.

  4. Go to vmon.

    cd c:\Program Files\VMware\vCenter Server\vmon

  5. Stop the VMware vSphere Web Client service.

    vmon-cli.exe --stop vsphere-client

  6. Start the VMware vSphere Web Client service.

    vmon-cli.exe --start vsphere-client

Linux

  1. Use PuTTY to log in to the vCenter.
    • Host name: management IP address of the vCenter
    • Default user name: root
    • Default password: password set by the user
  2. Stop the VMware vSphere Web Client service.

    service-control --stop vsphere-client

  3. Start the VMware vSphere Web Client service.

    service-control --start vsphere-client

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Updated: 2019-03-21

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