Trying to install VCP 5

sendalotsendalot Posts: 328Member
Hello,

I'm new to VMware and happen to have some license for VCP5 Essential Kits. (UPDATE: not VCP, but VSphere 5 Essential Kits).

On my Win Serv 2008 R2, I'm trying to start by installing Operations Server.

But the setup is failing despite all the hardware requirements.

Any advice?

Thanks.

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  • TheProfTheProf Posts: 331Users Awaiting Email Confirmation ■■■■□□□□□□
    Hi,

    Do you mean vCenter Operations Manager? You'll need to provide a bit more information on the issues you're experience such as error messages you're seeing, etc.
  • cyberguyprcyberguypr Senior Member Posts: 6,783Mod Mod
    VCP = VMware Certified Professional, a human being.

    What are you trying to install?
  • sendalotsendalot Posts: 328Member
    I install Operation Server, Manager then ESXi, correct me if I am wrong please.

    When I first start the installation package, it complains about scripts, but I have Java installed, etc.

    The error message indicates the setup ended prematurely.

    Thanks.
  • QHaloQHalo Posts: 1,488Member
    You should probably start with the installation and configuration documentation to understand the order of events and what's necessary.

    VMware vSphere Documentation
  • tstrip007tstrip007 Posts: 306Member ■■■■□□□□□□
    Im not sure what the VCP5 Essentials kit is but if your goal here is to test and learn the vSphere suite I would start by downloading the vCenter and ESXi install files from vmware. It comes with a 60 day license. Then this website can help with setting everything up Building the Ultimate vSphere Lab – Part 1: The Story | Boerlowie's Blog
  • sendalotsendalot Posts: 328Member
    Thanks a bunch for that link. It explains everything!
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