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vmware’ EDUCATION SERVICES VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage Student Laboratory Exercises ESXi 5.0 and vCenter Server 5.0 Le hoe oT to eee eee eee ee ee ee ee VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage ESXi 5.0 and vCenter Server 5.0 Part Number EDU-ENG-ICM5-LAB-STU Student Laboratory Exercises Revision A Copyright/Trademark Copyright © 2011 VMware, Inc. All rights reserved. This manual and its accompanying ‘materials are protected by U.S. and international copyright and intellectual property laws. ‘VMware products are covered by one or more patents listed at http:/Awww.vmware.com/go! patents. VMware is a registered trademark or trademark of VMware, Inc. in the United States and/or other jurisdictions. All other marks and names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective companies. 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Use of the training material for self-study without class attendance is not recommended. ‘These materials and the computer programs to which it relates are the property of, and embody trade secrets and confidential information proprietary to, VMware, Inc., and may not be reproduced, copied, disclosed, transferred, adapted or modified without the express written approval of VMware, Inc. www.vmware.com/education ded dd ed ddd Po od Dd ad ood 137777 17 1 q 1t1a7at1tti1 Td 3717 TABLE OF CONTENTS Lab I: Install VMware vSphere Graphical User Interfaces. .........000000000c0ceeseeeeeseed Lab 2: Configuring VMware ESXi Lab 3: Working with Virtual Machines . Lab 4: Configure VMware vCenter Server Appliance Lab 5: Using VMware vCenter Server . . . Lab 6: Standard Virtual Switches . Lab 7: Accessing IP Storage ...... Lab 8: (Optional) Designing a Network Configuration Lab 9: Managing VMware vSphere VMFS. Lab 10: Using Templates and Clones. Lab 11: Modifying a Virtual Machine .. Lab 12: Migrating Virtual Machines . Lab 13: Managing Virtual Machines Lab 14: Access Control Lab 15: Resource Pools . veces Lab 16: Monitoring Virtual Machine Performance . Lab 17: Using Alarms . Lab 18: Using vSphere High Availability . . Lab 19: vSphere Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) . 105; Lab 20: VMware vCenter Update Manager... betteeeeeees feceeeeeeeere MB Lab 21: Installing VMware vCenter Server... ...00000c0seeeeececseeeeseeeeesee e123 101 ‘VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage i PeeHnoerennrenneceonnnrrrAnaceen ‘VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage 177397771 1aT?tirsdidi 1 177 Lab1 Install VMware vSphere Graphical User Interfaces Objective: Install student desktop components 1. Install the vSphere Client. 2. Install vSphere Web Access. 3. Install the Web Client (Server). Preparing for the lab Record the following information: Location of installation software Www. Setup Language ‘Your VMware® ESXi™ host name ESXi host user name ESXi host root password Lab 1 Install VMware vSphere Graphical User Interfaces Task 1: Access your student desktop system In this task, you log in to your student desktop system as user Administrator. 41. Ask your instructor how to access your student desktop system. For example, your instructor might have you use Remote Student Desktop Connection, 2. Log in to your student desktop system as user Administrator, with the password that you recorded in “Preparing for the lab.” Task 2: Install the vSphere Client In this task, you install the VMware vSphere® Client™ on your desktop system and verify that the installation succeeded. Students should do the steps in this task individually. 1. Goto the location of the student desktop installation software, which you recorded in “Preparing for the lab.” 2. Double-click autorun.exe and click Run, a. If Security Waring dialog boxes appear, click Run to continue. 3. Inthe VMware Infrastructure™ Management Installer window, click vSphere Client. 4. Click Install to start the installation wizard. a. If Security Warning dialog boxes appear, click Run to continue. 5. When the install wizard appears, enter the following information: Field/setting Action Setup Language ‘Select the setup language that you recorded in “Preparing for the lab” and click OK. ‘Welcome page Click Next. End-User Patent Agreement Click Next. License Agreement Select I agree to the terms in the license ‘agreement and click Next. User Name ‘Type VMware student. Organization ‘Type VMware and click Next. 2 Lab 1 Install VMware vSphere Graphical User Interfaces PIF HXIAIIY J3J3355 i 3 j As $43 34 1a771 1 Field/setting Action Destination Folder Accept the default and click Next. Ready to Install the Program Click Install. 3. When the installation is complete, click Finish, Log in to your VMware ESXi host with the vSphere Client. a. Double-click the vSphere Client icon on your student desktop system. b. Enter the IP address or host name of your first ESXi host in the IP Address / Name field. ¢. Type root for the ESXi user name and type the password that you recorded in “Preparing for the lab.” 4. Click Login. ¢. Select Install this certificate and do not display security warnings for “” to prevent this warning from being displayed in the future, f. Click Ignore to proceed with the connection. 9. Click OK when the VMware Evaluation Notice dialog box appears. . In the Inventory pane, click Inventory to verify that your ESXi host appears at the top of the inventory view on the left side of the window. 1177 ia7 9. In the vSphere Client menu bar, select File > Exit to close the vSphere Client. Task 3: Install the Web Client (Server) In this task, you install the VMware vSphere® Web Client on your student desktop system and verify that the installation succeeded. Students should do the steps in this task individually. 1. Ifyou closed the installer from task 2, restart the installer: @. Go to the location of the student desktop installation software, which you recorded in. “Preparing for the lab.” Lab 1 Install VMware vSphere Graphical User Interfaces 3 b. Double-click autorun.exe and click Run. ¢. When the Security Waming dialog box appears, click Run. 2. Inthe VMware vCenter™ Installer window, click vSphere Web Client (Server) to start the installation wizard. 3. Click Install. Field/setting Value Setup Language Select the setup language that you recorded in “Preparing for the lab” and click OK. Welcome page Click Next. End-User Patent Agreement Click Next. License Agreement Select I agree to the terms in the license agreement and click Next. User Name ‘Type VMware student. Organization ‘Type VMware. Click Next. Port Settings Accept the default and click Next. Destination Folder Accept the default and click Next. ‘Ready to Install the Program Click Install. When the installation is complete, click Finish, ‘When you click Finish, the vSphere Web Client Administration Tool starts in a Web browser and prompts you to connect to a VMware vCenter Server™ instance. Do not register your vCenter Server instance at this time. You will register with a vCenter Server system in a later lab. 5. Close the browser. Click Exit to close the VMware vCenter Installer window. Install VMware vSphere Graphical User Interfaces JU 3 F133 3 13 JJ J93 315 J JI 39 3 15 1 i 1777171 i 117 Lab 2 Configuring VMware ESXi Objective: Configure an ESXi host In this lab, you will perform the following tasks: 1. Connect to an ESXi host with the vSphere Cli ‘View host hardware configuration. Configure DNS and routing information for an ESXi host. Configure the ESXi host as an NTP client. eon Preparing for the lab Record the following information: ‘Your VMware® ESXi™ host name ESXi host user name ESXi host root password Domain name NIP Server Preferred DNS server ‘VMkemel default gateway Lab 2 Configuring VMware ESXi

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