VMware has now fixed the issue that has prevented the support of VMware View 5.1.
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If you have VMware View 5.1.1 or older running, do not upgrade to the new release of vSphere 5.1.
Currently there are NO VERSIONS of View which support VMware vSphere 5.1. As a general rule, support for a new version of vSphere takes a new release of View. It was thought that View 5.1.1 might support vSphere 5.1 but a bug was found during testing and stopped this.
If VMware View 5.1.2 is released with vSphere 5.1 support you'll be ready for the upgrade and if vSphere is patched first you Read more [...]
Happy Birthday loyal VMware View Customers! Well, it must be someone's birthday since the folks on the VMware View team have been working on a pretty spiffy little gift...
Effective right now, the General Support period of View's Support Lifecycle Policy has been extended to 5 years, bringing the total support lifecyle for VMware View to a whopping 7 years -- an absolute best in the industry!
What's more, we're retroactively extending this policy to the View 4 release family. So under Read more [...]