To uninstall vCloud Hybrid Service plug-in 1.0.0, use the vchsPluginInstall installation script that you used to install the plug-in. The script also has an uninstall option.


You cannot uninstall version 1.0.1 of the plug-in.

Ensure the following.

You have access to the machine in which your vSphere Web Client and vCenter server instance are installed.

You have a vCenter server account with an administrator role or any role that has Extension privileges.

You have permissions to execute script files that are needed to restart the vSphere Web Client server. These script files are in the server/bin directory of the vSphere Web Client root directory. For example, you would need permissions to the /usr/lib/vmware-vsphere-client/server/bin directory.

Java is specified in the PATH environment variable.


Log in to the machine in which your vSphere Web Client and vCenter server are installed.


Navigate to the bin directory that contains the installation script that you downloaded and unzipped. For example, /opt/vmware/scripts/vchspluginscript/bin.


Run the script.

On Linux, run sh

On Windows, run vchsPluginInstall.bat.


Type 2 to select the uninstall option.


At the Enter vCenter URL prompt, type the URL of the vCenter server in which the plug-in is installed. Use the format https://vCenterIPaddressOrFQDN. For example,


Type the user name and password for the vCenter server.


At the Enter installation directory of the vSphere Web Client, type the path to the vSphere Web Client installation directory.

On Linux, the path is typically /usr/lib/vmware-vsphere-client.

On Windows, the path is typically C:\Program Files\VMware\Infrastructure\vSphereWebClient.

The plug-in is uninstalled.


At the You need to restart vSphere Web Client. Restart now? [Yes/No] prompt, type yes.

vCHS Plugin Installer
Select Option [1 - Register Plugin, 2 - Unregister Plugin]: 2
Enter vCenter URL [e.g. https://vCenter IP or FQDN]:
Enter Username: admin
Enter Password: ******
Enter root directory of the vSphere Web Client: /usr/lib/vmware-vsphere-client
Removing plugin directory....
Plugin directory deleted successfully. 
Removing ....
You need to restart vSphere Web Client. Restart now? [Yes/No] yes 
Stopping vSphere Web Client.... 
vSphere Web Client stopped. 
Starting vSphere Web Client.... 
Server restart initiated successfully. Please wait till the server