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VMware's download site is very frustrating. I am unable to find where the download link to the vSphere client is.

Did they rename this tool? How can I get it?

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http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2010/06/vmware-vsphere-client-install/

If you have installed VMware ESXi server, you can manage the ESXi server using vSphere client. vSphere client works only on Windows host. If you don’t have vSphere client installed, download it from your local VMware Server home page. i.e go to http://{your-vmware-server-ip} to download vSphere client.

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I read this too, however the server has a webserver running so these requests simply get forwarded to apache. I've downloaded the client direct from them before...I just need to do it again :( –  OnResolve Jun 20 '12 at 16:19
    
That should be http://{your-esx-server-ip}/ and not any of the host's IPs. There's also a slightly more canonical reference. –  Ladadadada Feb 23 '13 at 21:50
    
That only provides a link directly to the same version as the ESXi host which is likely older than current. My ESXi host version is incompatible with Windows 8.1 that I was trying to install it on. –  BeowulfNode42 Nov 28 '13 at 13:36
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I found someone's blog who had the same problem. He points to hardcoded links to VMware's clients: (And another blog)

vSphere v5.5

vSphere v5.1

vSphere v5.0

vSphere v4.1

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This is now outdated, as is the blog. Mengdi's answer below links to the official VMware KB article. kb.vmware.com/kb/2089791. –  hajamie Apr 24 at 12:33

VMware now (since 2014-12-15) officially provided a page listing all download URLs for vSphere Client:

http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2089791

The latest version is VMware vSphere Client 6.0 / VMware-viclient-all-6.0.0-2502222.exe

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