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Hi Dave, thanks for the response. I am using the.NET client. I don't have Vcenter connect to them at this point as it has to be totally separate from the cluster and each other for now so no web client. I cant seem to find an error. The.NET client comes up and I can usually connect to the main screen of the Win2012 guests, but I can not get enough screen to work on anything.

VMware vSphere 6.0 will be supported until March, 12th 2020; VMware vSphere 6.5 will be supported until November 15th, 2021. In the new version of vSphere finally, the legacy C# vSphere Client for Windows has been dropped and a new HTML5 web client (still called vSphere Client) has been introduced. Home > VMTN > VMware vSphere™ > vSphere Host Client > Discussions. 1 2 Previous Next 19 Replies Latest reply on Sep 18, 2018 1:51 PM by TotesHagopes. Vsphere Client and Windows 10. Vsphere Client and Windows 10. Balarajugopinath Oct 5, 2015 3:22 PM (in response to Fabian201110141).

Also on my Linux guests it is very sluggish and the cursor does not follow and I cant type the login most of the time. Almost like a bad KVM cursor. In Windows 7 this works fine. I'd vote to try the latest version of the vSphere Client as well if not already using it since it is backward compatible. As Dave mentions above, the embedded host client present in 6.0U2 provides some nice functionality and an alternative to using the C# client. I do not believe it is 100% apples to apples in functionality but should allow you to do most tasks.

Patches to ESXi on the host itself should have some bug fixes if you run into issues. Just for fun, can you put the vSphere Client on another Windows 10 box in your environment and see if you get the same behavior as on the machine in question here to see if it is specifically that Windows 10 machine or just Windows 10 altogether? It turns out the C# client is not completely backwords compatible. I have to be careful since most of our cluster is running 5.1 or 5.5. Regarding the Free web client I am going to try that today and I agree from what I have been reading, the features are not all there.

And yes the vSphere 6 client is reacting the same the same on 3 Win 10 laptops of this newer Dell model. I have updated.NET 3.5 and verified I have the correct version of C# and Visual J# 2.0. One thing I left out.

Vsphere 6.0 Client For Windows

Vsphere 6.0 Client

I am using the open source version of ESXI 6.00 for the POC until I prove it will work then I will be able to requisition to add it our licensing pool. I don't think there is a 6.02U in open source is there?

Today we have two important announcements. First, the C# client (AKA Desktop Client/thick client/vSphere Client for Windows) will not be available for the next version of vSphere. Current versions of vSphere (6.0, 5.5) will not be affected, as those will follow the standard support period. You’ve heard this from us in the past, but we’ve been waiting for a sufficient replacement before finally moving forward. Second, we want to talk about the recent vSphere HTML5 Web Client Fling, user adoption, and VMware’s focus on bringing a great user experience. Like the Embedded Host Client Fling (which made it into vSphere in 6.0U2), we plan on bringing this product into a supported release soon.

We’ll be referring to the new client as the vSphere Client, as it better describes the product, and isn’t a ten syllable mouthful (vSphere HTML5 Web Client). Looking to the Future VMware has been working towards the transition to HTML5 with the Platform Services Controller UI, vCenter Server Appliance Management UI, and the Host Client. All three of these were very well received and have become the official interfaces for their respective components.

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The last (and biggest) one to tackle was the management interface for vCenter Server. VSphere Web Client has always been intended to be the replacement for the Desktop client, and many of our users have tried to embrace this during the vSphere 5.5 and vSphere 6.0 periods, spending their time working within the Web Client even with the Desktop client available. While there were certainly issues with the 5.5 and 6.0 Web Client, many users that committed to the experience came to enjoy many of the new features and usability improvements. We also continued to listen to our customers, making further efforts to improve the Web Client experience have been made across 5.5U3, 6.0U1 and 6.0U2, including VUM (vSphere Update Manager) in 6.0U1 Web Client.

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We have made the Desktop client available during this period, which was much longer than originally planned. But now that time is ending. Additionally, due to the shift in backend services going from vSphere 6.0 to the next version, updating the Desktop client would have required a huge investment. This may have been okay in a vacuum, but the required resources would have severely impacted the progress of the new vSphere Client, only to end up with four clients for users to juggle.