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Trig0r

If its the file

VMware-ESXi-6.5.0-5310538-HPE-650.10.1.0.47-Jul2017.iso

then I have a copy here.

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Vadson

Yes, this one, but how can I download it?

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Trig0r

I'll host it.

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Vadson

Thank you very much :-)
 

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qemi

HI guys, 

 

I also have this image that I download one month but anybody knows why it was deleted from Vmware servers? 

 

Could be that 6.5 U1 contains already the needed drivers to make work the B120i?

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Trig0r

No idea, glad I grabbed it now, also got some of the older stuff.

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Raiden
10 hours ago, qemi said:

HI guys, 

 

I also have this image that I download one month but anybody knows why it was deleted from Vmware servers? 

 

Could be that 6.5 U1 contains already the needed drivers to make work the B120i?

 

What I got on my VMWare My Downloads page:

 

"Note: This image has been removed due to a critical issues which will be fixed and the new images will be re-uploaded by 06-Oct-2017."

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Trig0r

I didnt get that, I just got that it was no longer available when I tried, still, I have the file from before it was removed if anyone wants it, failing that I'll grab the new one once its released.

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qemi
On 9/29/2017 at 11:51 PM, Trig0r said:

I didnt get that, I just got that it was no longer available when I tried, still, I have the file from before it was removed if anyone wants it, failing that I'll grab the new one once its released.

 

Actually that message was displayed exactly two days ago. If you check now, you can see the message Raiden was saying.

 

Note: This image has been removed due to a critical issues which will be fixed and the new images will be re-uploaded by 06-Oct-2017.

 

Indeed I believe there are good news and next Custom ISO will fixed problems described before.

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