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In vSphere 7.0.x, the Update Manager plug-in, used for administering vSphere Update Manager, is replaced with the Lifecycle Manager plug-in. Administrative operations for vSphere Update Manager are still available under the Lifecycle Manager plug-in, along with new capabilities for vSphere Lifecycle Manager. The typical way to apply patches to ESXi 7.0.x hosts is by using the vSphere Lifecycle Manager. For details, see About vSphere Lifecycle Manager and vSphere Lifecycle Manager Baselines and Images. You can also update ESXi hosts without using the Lifecycle Manager plug-in, and use an image profile instead. To do this, you must manually download the patch offline bundle ZIP file from the Product Patches page and use the esxcli software profile update command. For more information, see the Upgrading Hosts by Using ESXCLI Commands and the VMware ESXi Upgrade guide.




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The copyright statements and licenses applicable to the open source software components distributed in vSphere 7.0 are available at You need to log in to your My VMware account. Then, from the Downloads menu, select vSphere. On the Open Source tab, you can also download the source files for any GPL, LGPL, or other similar licenses that require the source code or modifications to source code to be made available for the most recent available release of vSphere.


In earlier releases of vCenter Server you could configure independent proxy settings for vCenter Server and vSphere Update Manager. After an upgrade to vSphere 7.0, vSphere Update Manager service becomes part of the vSphere Lifecycle Manager service. For the vSphere Lifecycle Manager service, the proxy settings are configured from the vCenter Server appliance settings. If you had configured Update Manager to download patch updates from the Internet through a proxy server but the vCenter Server appliance had no proxy setting configuration, after a vCenter Server upgrade to version 7.0, the vSphere Lifecycle Manager fails to connect to the VMware depot and is unable to download patches or updates.


JFR is a low-overhead data collection framework for troubleshooting Java applications and the HotSpot JVM in production. Recorded data can be opened in JDK Mission Control (JMC). To start recordings from within JMC, a new version of JMC is required. Currently, it is not released as part of the JDK but is available as a downloadable patch from Supported Java SE Downloads on MOS or from JDK Mission Control 8 Downloads. JFR comes with a supported API to produce and consume data programmatically.


  • On oracle.com and java.com, certain JDK bundle extensions are getting truncated on download when using Firefox version 102. The downloaded bundles have no file extension like ".exe", ".rpm", ".deb". If you are not able to upgrade to Firefox ESR 102.0.1 or Firefox 103 when it is released, then as a workaround you can:manually add a file extension to the file name after download.

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This version of the JDK no longer includes Java Mission Control (JMC). The jmc launcher has been removed from the JDK bin directory, and the missioncontrol directory has been removed from the JDK lib directory. The .jfr file association is not registered by JDK installers. JMC is now available as a separate download. Please visit for more information.


Cause: The new TLS implementation introduces significant changes to the internal, underlying, design of the JDK TLS security libraries. The new design has exposed some bugs in 3rd party software libraries. For the most part, these issues have already been patched in such 3rd party libraries.


The update mechanism of cached Java Web Start objects has been slightly changed. Now Java Web Start issues HTTP HEAD request instead of GET to test whether the updates for cached object are available or not. The downloading of the updates did not change and keeps working in the same way as before.


Two files, jre/bin/javaw.exe and jre/bin/jabswitch.exe, were not included in 8u171. As a workaround, users who need those files can download the non-server JRE and copy those files from it into their server JRE image.


This release introduces a new feature whereby the JCE jurisdiction policy files used by the JDK can be controlled via a new Security property. In older releases, JCE jurisdiction files had to be downloaded and installed separately to allow unlimited cryptography to be used by the JDK. The download and install steps are no longer necessary. To enable unlimited cryptography, one can use the new crypto.policy Security property. If the new Security property (crypto.policy) is set in the java.security file, or has been set dynamically using the Security.setProperty() call before the JCE framework has been initialized, that setting will be honored. By default, the property will be undefined. If the property is undefined and the legacy JCE jurisdiction files don't exist in the legacy lib/security directory, then the default cryptographic level will remain at 'limited'. To configure the JDK to use unlimited cryptography, set the crypto.policy to a value of 'unlimited'. See the notes in the java.security file shipping with this release for more information.


Demo packages remain in the existing Solaris patches; however, just because they are there doesn't mean that they are installed. They will be patched only if the end user has them installed on the system.


This release introduces a new feature whereby the JCE jurisdiction policy files used by the JDK can be controlled via a new Security property. In older releases, JCE jurisdiction files had to be downloaded and installed separately to allow unlimited cryptography to be used by the JDK. The download and install steps are no longer necessary. To enable unlimited cryptography, one can use the new crypto.policy Security property. If the new Security property (crypto.policy) is set in the java.security file, or has been set dynamically by using the Security.setProperty() call before the JCE framework has been initialized, that setting will be honored. By default, the property will be undefined. If the property is undefined and the legacy JCE jurisdiction files don't exist in the legacy lib/security directory, then the default cryptographic level will remain at 'limited'. To configure the JDK to use unlimited cryptography, set the crypto.policy to a value of 'unlimited'. See the notes in the java.security file shipping with this release for more information.


ESXi hosts can be updated by manually downloading the patch ZIP file from the VMware download page and installing the VIB by using the esxcli software vib command. Additionally, the system can be updated by using the image profile and the esxcli software profile command.


In vSphere 7.x, the Update Manager plug-in, used for administering vSphere Update Manager, is replaced with the Lifecycle Manager plug-in. Administrative operations for vSphere Update Manager are still available under the Lifecycle Manager plug-in, along with new capabilities for vSphere Lifecycle Manager. The typical way to apply patches to ESXi 7.x hosts is by using the vSphere Lifecycle Manager. For details, see About vSphere Lifecycle Manager and vSphere Lifecycle Manager Baselines and Images. You can also update ESXi hosts without using the Lifecycle Manager plug-in, and use an image profile instead. To do this, you must manually download the patch offline bundle ZIP file from the VMware download page or the Product Patches page and use the esxcli software profile update command. For more information, see the Upgrading Hosts by Using ESXCLI Commands and the VMware ESXi Upgrade guide.


ESXi hosts can be updated by manually downloading the patch ZIP file from VMware Customer Connect. From the Select a Product drop-down menu, select ESXi (Embedded and Installable) and from the Select a Version drop-down menu, select 6.5.0. Install VIBs by using the esxcli software vib update command. Additionally, you can update the system by using the image profile and the esxcli software profile update command. For more information, see vSphere Command-Line Interface Concepts and Examples and vSphere Upgrade Guide.


Workspace ONE UEM offers the peer distribution system as another method to deploy your Windows applications to enterprise networks. Peer distribution reduces the time to download large applications to multiple devices in deployments that use a branch office structure. Workspace ONE UEM offers two types of peer-to-peer options.


Workspace ONE UEM functionality uses a dedicated file storage service to handle processing and downloads, which reduces the overall burden on your Workspace ONE UEM database and increases its performance. Configuring file storage manually is only applicable to on-premises customers. It is automatically configured for SaaS customers. 041b061a72


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