Creating a vSphere Stemcell Manually

In vSphere, customers must build their own stemcells to use PAS for Windows 2012R2 in their on-premise deployments.

Create a stemcell by following the directions in Creating a vSphere Windows Stemcell.

The process includes starting with an ISO of Windows Server 2012R2 and installing the latest Windows Updates on a new virtual machine. Then you install the BOSH dependencies. Finally, you use the stembuild tool to package the VM’s disk as a .tgz file that can be uploaded to the PAS for Windows 2012R2 tile in Ops Manager.

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