Minimum requirements for installing the vSphere and vSphere Web 5.x Client (2005083)
|Processor||1 CPU, 500Mhz Intel or AMD (1GHz recommended)|
1.5GB free disk space for a complete installation which includes the components: Microsoft .NET 2.0 SP2, Microsoft .NET 3.0 SP2, Microsoft .NET 3.5 SP1, and Microsoft Visual J#
Note: Remove any previously installed versions of Microsoft Visual J# on the system where you are installing the vSphere Client.
|Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Express disk requirements||
Up to 2GB free disk space to decompress the installation archive. Approximately 1.5GB of these files are deleted after the installation is complete.
Note: If you do not have any of these components already installed, you must have 400MB free on the drive that has the %temp% directory. If you have all of the components already installed, 300 MB is required on the drive that has the %temp% directory, and 450MB is required for vSphere Client.
vSphere Web Client
The vSphere Web Client has two components: A Java server and an Adobe Flex client application running in a browser.
2.00 GHz processor with 4 cores
At least 2GB: 1GB for the Java heap, and 1GB for
2GB free disk space
The vSphere Web Client requires a 64-bit operating system for installation.
These operating systems are supported for the vSphere Web Client:
These browsers are supported for the vSphere Web Client 5.0:
These browsers are supported for the vSphere Web Client 5.1:
Note: The vSphere Web Client 5.0 also requires Adobe Flash Player 10.1.0 or later to be installed in your browser. vSphere Web Client 5.1 requires Adobe Flash Player 11.1.0 or later to be installed with the appropriate plug-in for your browser.
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