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But as I was there, I decided to upgrade that also.

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Once both v Center and VUM have been upgraded, the VUM plug-in must be (re)installed before you think about upgrading your ESX hosts.

Sadly, after installing the new plug-in I got an error message saying that the VUM service was not available.

POWERCLI: Power CLI C:\Install-VMHost Patch : 9/26/2013 PM Install-VMHost Patch The following error occured while updating host '10.2.2.121': Failed scannin g package data: Downloading metadata failed.

At line:1 char:33 Get-VMHost | Install-VMHost Patch What you are trying to do from ESXi 4.1 to 5.1 is not supported, and does not work. You cannot upgrade ESXi 4.1 to 5.1 using the depot bundle at the console, the supported method of upgrade is using the ISO CDROM, - Interactive upgrade from CD, DVD, or USB drive.

Anyway, one thing that appears to happen is that v Center 4.1 upgrades the type of DSN you're using.

Previously, if you want to run v Center on 64-bit you needed to create a 32-bit DSN using the WOW utilities.

So I decided to take the risk to see if it would still work after the upgrade had completed.

This View Composer incompatibility again seems to be a 32/64-bit issue.

Just out of blue started receiving the following error after trying to scan my ESXi hosts with baseline group: "The host returns esxup error code:99.

In terms of the order – you MUST get started with the upgrade of v Center – it’s impossible to upgrade ESX 4.0-U2 to ESX 4.1 without doing this before hand.

But I noticed when I upgraded VUM, that Database Information page showed a path to the Sys WOW64 directory.

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