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    VCP DTM 2018 Section 1

      Objective 1.1 – Describe techniques to prepare environment for Horizon  Determine characteristics of required Active Directory domain accounts, groups, permissions, DHCP scopes and trust relationships You can place Horizon Agent machines, View Composer servers, and users and groups, in the following Active Directory domains: The Connection Server domain A different domain that has a [...]
    Blog Name: vNoob Author: C-Rad
    Published on 2018-12-18 | Time 17:59:24
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    VCP DTM 2018 Study Guide

      Here it is, my first certification study guide. It helped me a decent amount for the exam so I am hoping it can help others as well. There are a few things I want to mention first.   The vast majority of the guide is not new or original content from me, it is [...]
    Blog Name: vNoob Author: C-Rad
    Published on 2018-12-18 | Time 17:43:16
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    New VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2018-0031

    Today, VMware has released the following new security advisory: “VMSA-2018-0031 – vRealize Operations updates address a local privilege escalation vulnerability” This documents the remediation of an important severity local privilege escalation vulnerability (CVE-2018-6978) in vRealize Operations (vROps). The issue exists due to improper permissions of support scripts. Admin** user of the vROps application with shell […] The post New VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2018-0031 appeared first[...]
    Blog Name: VMware Security & Compliance Blog Author: Praveen Singh
    Published on 2018-12-18 | Time 17:14:59
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    What’s New with VMware User Environment Manager 9.6

    VMware User Environment Manager 9.6 is now available! This release’s highlights include enhancements to folder redirection, Horizon Smart Policies, environment variables used for scripting, administrative change logging, and conditions based on OS version. User Environment Manager delivers a consistent, personalized desktop and app experience across devices. With User Environment Manager, administrators can manage Windows settings, […] The post What’s New with VMware User Environment Manag[...]
    Blog Name: End-User Computing Author: Caroline Arakelian
    Published on 2018-12-18 | Time 17:02:21
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    How to add a VM to Content Library using PowerCLI

    This task sounds very simple.  Target the VM, then import to the primary content library for replication to the subordinate libraries.  This task can be accomplished right now with a few clicks in the GUI.  I’m not a GUI kind of person, I like the mash the keys to get stuff done.  So after a lot of research, I found that the PowerCLI commands to perform this function just don’t exist at this point.… Continue reading The post How to add a VM to Content Library using PowerCLI appeared fi[...]
    Blog Name: Notes of a Scripter Author: stuart
    Published on 2018-12-18 | Time 16:09:35
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    New KB articles published for the week ending 15th December,2018

    vCenter Server ESXi hosts fail to join Proactive HA enabled cluster with “Host is not monitored by the following health update providers registered for this cluster” Date Published: 14-12-2018 vCenter Update manager is unavailable after upgrading to vCenter Server Appliance 6.5 Date Published: 11-12-2018 Update Manager Plug-in for vSphere Client 6.7 fails with error: VUM The post New KB articles published for the week ending 15th December,2018 appeared first on VMware Support Insider.
    Blog Name: Support Insider Author: Lakshmi Kudupa
    Published on 2018-12-18 | Time 15:58:08
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    VMware Cloud on AWS – The Momentum Continues

    At VMworld Europe, we announced the continued expansion of VMware Cloud on AWS in Europe, Asia Pacific and the US, along with enhancements that make it an even more compelling solution for disaster recovery, virtual desktops and applications, and large-scale cloud migrations.  Learn more. We are thrilled to shared that we now have over 200 [...] The post VMware Cloud on AWS – The Momentum Continues appeared first on Partner News.
    Blog Name: Partner News Author: The VMware Partner Network Team
    Published on 2018-12-18 | Time 15:54:08
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    Como começar com VMware sem gastar nada, ou quase nada!

    Hits: 14Olá Homelabers, Eu vejo muita gente perguntando nos grupos e nos fóruns sobre como começar a estudar “VMware”. Antes de mais nada, VMware é o nome da empresa (ou FIRMA como eu gosto de falar). Muitos, principalmente os que estão tendo os primeiros contatos com a tecnologia fazem essa confusão – e é normal....
    Blog Name: Homelaber Brasil Author: Valdecir Carvalho
    Published on 2018-12-18 | Time 14:49:50
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    How is ECMP metered when configured in the Provider architecture within the VMware Cloud Provider Program?

    Recently, I received a request from one of our aggregators regarding how Equal Cost Multipathing (ECMP) is metered within the VMware Cloud Provider Program (VCPP), specifically Tom Fojta’s recommendation on architecting Provider-managed NSX Edges and Distributed Logical Router (DLR) in ECMP mode, specifically this diagram from the Architecting a VMware vCloud Director Solution –  As … Continue reading "How is ECMP metered when configured in the Provider architecture within the VMware Clou[...]
    Blog Name: Clouds, etc. Author: Daniel Paluszek
    Published on 2018-12-18 | Time 13:34:40
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    Released: NSX-v 6.4.4 Edges in HTML5 and Fixes

    Last week VMware released NSX-v 6.4.4 (Build 11197766) that contains a some new features and addresses a number of resolved issues from previous releases. In recent times a lot of the focus has been on NSX-T as Kubernetes and Containers start to become more commonly discussed at the networking level and the fact that VMware Cloud on AWS is rolling The post Released: NSX-v 6.4.4 Edges in HTML5 and Fixes appeared first on VIRTUALIZATION IS LIFE!.
    Blog Name: Virtualization Is Life Author: Anthony Spiteri
    Published on 2018-12-18 | Time 12:52:19
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    How To Create a Stand-Alone Image File device in StarWind VSAN

    Creating Image file device in StarWind VSAN has some options that we’ll discuss today. In this post, you’ll learn How To Create a Stand-Alone Image File device in StarWind VSAN. Image device can be configured with or without cache. The cache is used to speed up the processing of disk requests using a faster intermediate storage [...] Read the full post How To Create a Stand-Alone Image File device in StarWind VSAN at ESX Virtualization.
    Blog Name: ESX Virtualization Author: Vladan SEGET
    Published on 2018-12-18 | Time 12:00:54
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    Unexpected VMware Update Manager (VUM) baseline creation failure. Please check vSAN and VUM logs for details.

    Advertise here with BSA I had a customer asking about an error they received after upgrading to 6.7 U1. The message they saw was the following: “Unexpected VMware Update Manager (VUM) baseline creation failure. Please check vSAN and VUM logs for details.” I had seen some folks on VMTN also complaining about this a couple weeks ago, and I […] The post Unexpected VMware Update Manager (VUM) baseline creation failure. Please check vSAN and VUM logs for details. appeared first on Yellow Brick[...]
    Blog Name: Yellow Bricks Author: Duncan Epping
    Published on 2018-12-18 | Time 10:45:38
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    Horizon domain filtering

    From time to time this seems to crop up so i thought i'd share with you some info about a lesser known feature of Horizon. That is the ability to apply filters to domain lists that Horizon shows at users login prompts
    Blog Name: Virtually Unboxed Author: virtuallyunboxed
    Published on 2018-12-18 | Time 09:42:37
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    Monitorizando vCenter Server Appliance o vCSA con Centreon

    Si tenemos un servidor vCenter Server Appliance o más comúnmente conocido como vCSA en nuestra organización y queremos conocer el estado de su salud y el servicio que ofrece… a qué estamos esperando? En este post verás todos los pasos necesarios para tener el servidor vCSA totalmente monitorizado!   Al turrón! Lo dicho, en este [...] The post Monitorizando vCenter Server Appliance o vCSA con Centreon appeared first on Blog Bujarra.com.
    Blog Name: Bujarra 3.0 Author: Héctor Herrero
    Published on 2018-12-17 | Time 06:11:32
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    ネステッド vSAN 6.7 U1 を楽しむ。2018-12-18

    今月は1日1回くらい、さまざまな ネステッド vSAN 6.7 U1 を構成してみています。 昨日はこちら。ネステッド vSAN 6.7 U1 を楽しむ。2018-12-17 18日目は、ディスクグループが不均等な vSAN を構築してみました。 vSAN-Cluster-20181218 クラスタESXi は 5ノードハイブリッド(SSD + HDD)ディスクグループディスクグループは各ノードで 1つずつただし、ディスクグループをもたない ESXi ホ[...]
    Blog Name: Gowatana Blog
    Published on 2018-12-17 | Time 23:07:41