It is important to update the VMware Tools in v Sphere on a regular basis.
If you don't update VMware Tools, you'll not only get a yellow warning message that "VMware Tools is outdated on this virtual machine," but you'll also be missing the latest performance and compatibility improvements.
For information about OS compatibility for open-vm-tools, see the VMware Compatibility Guide at Automatic installation of open-vm-tools along with the OS installation eliminates the need to separately install open-vm-tools in guests.
If open-vm-tools is not installed automatically, you may be able to manually install it from the guest OS vendor's public repository.
After selecting this option you have to login to the operating system, mount the iso, extract the archive and run the script.
Prior to this change the ISO file that was downloaded with a new build would be placed on the local datastore of an ESXi host.When there is an update available you can update VMware Tools automatically with the v Sphere Client.Just select Install/Upgrade VMware Tools and select Automatic Tools Upgrade.open-vm-tools is a set of services and modules that enable several features in VMware products for better management of, and seamless user interactions with, guests.It includes kernel modules for enhancing the performance of virtual machines running Linux or other VMware supported Unix like guest operating systems.