Disable SSH warning on VMware ESXi

Using esxcli:

vim-cmd hostsvc/advopt/update UserVars.SuppressShellWarning long 1

Using the vSphere Client:

  1. Select the ESXi host from the Inventory.
  2. Click the Configuration tab.
  3. Select Advanced Settings in the Software list.
  4. Locate UserVars in the left list.
  5. Locate UserVars.SuppressShellWarning in the right list.
  6. Set the value from 0 to 1.
  7. Click OK.

Using the Host Web Client:

  1. From the Navigator under Host select Manage.
  2. Select Advanced settings in the System tab.
  3. Locate UserVars.SuppressShellWarning.
  4. Select it and click Edit option.
  5. Set the new value to 1 and click Save.

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