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Tools Upgrade Policy = “manual” Get-View -View Type Virtual Machine | foreach # Get all Virtual Machines that have the “windowsguest” attribute in Extension Data. Guest Family, and that are powered on $windows = Get-View -View Type Virtual Machine | where # Foreach virtual machine from the results, run “restart-service” within the guest **Note the username and password will need to be updated.

Update Manager uses APIs to talk to each ESXi host to perform remediation tasks.

What this means is that Update Manager will use whichever version of VMware tools is installed locally on each host, unless that host is using a shared product Locker.

This drops the size of the installation in half down to roughly 150 Megabytes.

There are definitely many PROS to doing it this way: Faster boot times, less network saturation, single location for VMware Tools (easier to manage Tools binaries), etc.

That is, you are not strictly required to upgrade VMware Tools if VMware Tools was installed from an ESX/ESXi 4.x host.

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