I wanted to add a Virtual Router into my portable Lab – the reason for this was, I want to have a bunch of my VMs on a Private Network for testing – but no and again I want to patch them or give them temporary access to the Internet. For this I am going to use a VyOS Virtual Machine and test with an Ubuntu Server I have. I am using VMware Fusion on my Mac but the same process can be used in Workstation but using the Network Editor
For this example, I have created a Custom Network 192.168.10.0 and called vmnet3
Some of the plugins for vCenter don’t offer an uninstaller.
To unregister a plugin from vCenter follow this method provided by a VMware KB:
Open a web browser and go to http://vcenterserver/mob
Click on Content
Click on ExtensionManager
Copy the name of the plugin you want to unregister
Click on UnregisterExtension
In the text field paste the text into the box and delete all but the part in quotes(e.g.com.emc.EMCStoragePlugin)
Refresh the browser and the plugin should be gone from the list
Reconnect to vCenter using the client and the plugin should be gone from Plug-ins-> Manage Plugins list.