VMware ESXi – How to Enable SSH on ESXi host

VMware ESXi – How to Enable SSH on ESXi host

There are multiple ways, how to enable SSH Service on your ESXi host.
  1. Console
    Press F2 and log in under root account to your ESXi host, in system configuration
    go to Troubleshooting Options and Enable SSH
  2. vSphere Client
    Log in under root account to your ESXi host and navigate to ESXi Host > Configuration >
    Security Profile > SSH > Start SSH Service.
  3. ESXi Embedded Host Client (only in ESXi 6.0)
    Go to https://ESXiIPaddress/ui/#/login and log in under root account. Click to Actions > Services > Enable Secure Shell (SSH)
    or go to the Host > Manage > Services > TSM-SSH > Start

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