vSphere Client: Removing Recent Connections


The VMware vSphere Client is a web-based application that connects to the vCenter Server so IT administrators can manage installations and handle inventory objects in a vSphere deployment.

The vSphere Client, a crucial component within VMware’s extensive product suite, comes seamlessly integrated with the vCenter Server. This powerful web-based client empowers users with a robust interface for managing their virtual infrastructure. Whether you’re overseeing a small business setup or a sprawling data center, the vSphere Client provides intuitive controls, facilitating efficient administration of your virtualized environment.

With the vSphere Client, you can access many features and tools tailored to streamline your tasks. The client offers a unified hub for comprehensive management, from provisioning and configuring virtual machines to monitoring performance and ensuring resource optimization. Its user-friendly design and real-time insights enable you to make informed decisions swiftly.

Unlocking the Potential for Modern IT Environments

As your virtual environment evolves, it remains a valuable ally, offering scalability and adaptability. Moreover, stay at the forefront of virtualization technology, harnessing the capabilities of the vSphere Client to drive efficiency, enhance productivity, and maximize the potential of your VMware-based infrastructure. Experience the benefits of a sophisticated management solution with the vSphere Client, designed to meet the diverse needs of modern IT environments.

This program helps to configure the host and to operate its virtual machines.  

Below are the steps to remove recent connections from the vSphere Client vSphere Client. IP address or Name from the drop-down list.
– Click Start,
– type or select Run,
– type RegEdit, click OK, and navigate to the path below.
– Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareVMwareVMware Infrastructure ClientPreferences,
– Right-click RecentConnections, export it as a backup.
– Then right-click RecentConnections and choose Modify.
Delete any appropriate entries, and click OK.

Note: You can optionally search using the IP address of the connection instead of navigating to the path above.
– The sub-key HKEY_USERS<subkey for profile actively loaded on machine>SoftwareVMwareVMware Infrastructure ClientPreferences. Reflects any changes you make to HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareVMwareVMware Infrastructure ClientPreferences.

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