Enabling vCenter SSH access from Web User Interface

1. Log in to WebUI

2. On the vSphere Web Client Home page, click System Configuration.

3. Under System Configuration, click Nodes.

4. Under Nodes, select a node and click the Manage tab.

5. Under Common, select Access and click Edit.

(I already had SSH enabled)

6. Check the box for SSH and click OK to save the settings.


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