Upgrading View Horizon 6.2 to View 7.0.3

Upgrading View Horizon 6.2 to View 7.0.3

As I have completed my VCAP6-DTM exam I have decided to upgrade my Lab to View Horizon 7. The latest version is 7.0.3 but I have first upgraded to version 7.0.2 from lack of installation file at time when performing upgrade. For my Lab I am using license from VMug Advantage which not allow to use Instant Clone. I hope vExpert licenses allow that, waiting for my Welcome Email to find out.

The upgrade is really straight forward.

As a first step we need to upgrade View Composer Services which is running in my case at the same server what vCenter. Locate installation file right-click and choose Run as Administrator. We prompt to upgrade .NET to version 4.6.1, after that we can continue View 7 installation. As mention is simple upgrade we only have to type existing DB username password. Restart to complete the upgrade.

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Prompt to install .NET

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View Composer Wizard

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License Agreement

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Installation location

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Existing DB Username and Password

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Default SOAP port

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Installation conformation

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Installation Completed

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Restart prompt

Next we can proceed to upgrade View Connection Servers. Log on to first Connection Server locate installation files right-click and choose Run as Administrator, follow the installation wizard

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View Connection Wizard

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License agreement

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Installation location

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Completed installation

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View Admin Web page

When upgrade finish we need to accept View Composer certificate within vCenter Server settings.

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View Composer Server certification verification

After completed upgrade to View Horizon 7.0.2 I have downloaded installer for version 7.0.3 and upgrade. The progress is exactly same as above.

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