In this follow up to Part 1 I will take a look at configuring the network settings on the vSphere host.
Once you’re through with these instructions there’s no need to have it connected to a monitor or keyboard as you can use the VMware vSphere Client to administer the host remotely.
Turn on your host and wait for the hypervisor to load. How long this takes will depend on your hardware. (It takes a couple of minutes on my HP MicroServer N40L with only a dual core CPU.)
Press F2 on your keyboard to get to the configuration pages of the host
Type in the root password you created at the time of installing the hypervisor Continue reading