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Installing VMware vSphere ESXi 5.1 using the Interactive Installer method

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Published on Sep 11, 2012

http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2032782 - In this video we discuss and demonstrate how VMware vSphere ESXi 5.1 can be installed using the Interactive Installer.

Interactive installations are recommended for small deployments of fewer than five hosts.

You boot the installer from a CD or DVD, from a bootable USB device, or by PXE booting the installer from a location on the network, then follow the prompts in the installation wizard to install ESXi to disk.

In a typical interactive installation, you boot the ESXi installer and respond to the installer prompts to install ESXi to the local host disk. The installer reformats and partitions the target disk and installs the ESXi boot image. If you have not installed ESXi on the target disk before, all data located on the drive is overwritten, including hardware vendor partitions, operating system partitions, and associated data. To ensure that you do not lose any data, migrate the data to another machine before you install ESXi.

If you are installing ESXi on a disk that contains a previous installation of ESXi or ESX, or a VMFS datastore, the installer provides you with options for upgrading

For additional information, see the vSphere Installation and Setup Guide at https://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/v...

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