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    VMware vSphere 6.7 Update 1 Released

    VMware has released vSphere 6.7 Update 1, before installing make sure that your 3rd part application supports this new version, like image backup, management and other. This version will feature the full function HTML5 client i vCenter. vCenter 6.7 Update 1 What's new: With vCenter Server 6.7 Update 1, you can move a vCenter Server with an Embedded Platform [...]
    Blog Name: Virtual Allan Author: Allan Kjaer
    Published on 2018-10-16 | Time 17:48:08
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    New VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2018-0026

    Today, VMware has released the following new security advisory: VMSA-2018-0026 – VMware ESXi, Workstation, and Fusion updates address an out-of-bounds read vulnerability The advisory documents the remediation of a Critical severity out-of-bounds read vulnerability (CVE-2018-6974) in VMware ESXi, Workstation, and Fusion. The issue exists in SVGA device and may allow a guest to execute code […] The post New VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2018-0026 appeared first on VMware Security & Compliance [...]
    Blog Name: VMware Security & Compliance Blog Author: Monty Ijzerman
    Published on 2018-10-16 | Time 17:36:09
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    Awareness of vSAN Stretched Clusters in vR Ops 7.0

    With each new release of vSAN, it is easy to focus solely on the flagship features and functionality introduced. Enhancements like data-at-rest encryption, or adaptive resynchronization tend to get the most fanfare because they focus on addressing a very specific challenge. Beneath the headlining features lay enhancements that may benefit users more than first impressions The post Awareness of vSAN Stretched Clusters in vR Ops 7.0 appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Pete Koehler
    Published on 2018-10-16 | Time 16:45:56
  • Powershell: PowerNSX: Refusing to load module.

    Summary:"The PowerShell Core Beta has known issues that cause PowerNSX to fail.  Refusing to load module."Basically, this happens when you upgrade powershell to 6.1.x.  It's related to a bad section of code in the module that checks for beta releases that should probably deprecated or taken out.Workaround:Modify line 82 to read as such:if ( ( $script:PNsxPSTarget -eq "Core" ) -and ( $PSVersionTable.GitCommitId -notmatch '^v6.[d].[d]+$|6.[d].[d]+$') ) {OrComment out line 82 through 90 to remove[...]
    Blog Name: Zsoldier’s Tech Blog Author: Chris Nakagaki
    Published on 2018-10-16 | Time 16:19:00
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    All vSphere 6.7 Update 1 release notes & download links

    The highly anticipated vSphere 6.7 Update has officially GA'ed! Below is an aggregation of all the related release notes and downloads for this vSphere release. I have also created a short URL which you can use to access this exact same page using The downloads are currently being staged, so please be patient. vCenter Server 6.7u1 Release Notes [...]
    Blog Name: virtuallyGhetto Author: William Lam
    Published on 2018-10-16 | Time 15:55:03
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    Unable to type in vSphere Web Client using Firefox

    The blog has been quiet for quite some time, but I think it’s time to resume even if it is with the smaller things. Last week I had the pleasure of delivering a VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage 6.7 class in Bucharest, Romania. There are unfortunately still in 6.7 GA some small things that require [...] The post Unable to type in vSphere Web Client using Firefox appeared first on Perfect Cloud.
    Blog Name: Perfect Cloud Author: Rasmus Haslund
    Published on 2018-10-16 | Time 13:07:42
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    NSX Basics – Creating firewall rules to control RDP Access

    In this video demonstration I will configure the Distributed Firewall (DFW) to permit access to RDP only for a group of virtual machines. Using dynamic security groups within NSX manger allows new virtual machines meeting the criteria to be automatically protected when they are provisioned.
    Blog Name: Define Tomorrow Author: Ben Evans
    Published on 2018-10-16 | Time 09:11:00
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    VMware NSX – Acceso Tech Support Mode para NSX Controllers

    Hola a todos!!!   Hace unos meses VMware ha liberado el acceso Tech Support Mode para NSX Manager, equivalente a acceder con usuario root, al cual antes no teníamos acceso a menos que estuviéramos en una sesión de soporte con algún ingeniero VMware.   Ahora les mostraré como poder obtener el mismo nivel de acceso para [...] The post VMware NSX – Acceso Tech Support Mode para NSX Controllers appeared first on Tecnologias Aplicadas.
    Blog Name: Tecnologias Aplicadas Author: pcerda
    Published on 2018-10-16 | Time 08:00:03
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    Veeam Backup – Modos de transporte (VMware)

    Hola a todos!     Cuando utilizamos Veeam backup and Replication para proteger máquinas virtuales sobre vSphere, debemos elegir el Modo de Transporte que utilizará el Veeam Backup Proxy para obtener los datos desde la infraestructura virtual y llevarla luego al repositorio de respaldos.   La eficiencia de un job de respaldos y el tiempo requerido [...] The post Veeam Backup – Modos de transporte (VMware) appeared first on Tecnologias Aplicadas.
    Blog Name: Tecnologias Aplicadas Author: pcerda
    Published on 2018-10-16 | Time 07:30:45
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    My deployment experience on NSX

    Software Defined Network is a powerful technology able to define and deliver network elements using software and being consumed as a resource respecting the “cloud paradigm”. The trend of delivery for new applications and systems in virtual environment, that’s run a hardware agnostic computing instance. Networking is going to follow the same path: delivering a [...]
    Blog Name: Blog Linoproject Author: admin
    Published on 2018-10-16 | Time 07:10:24
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    vSphere 6.7 upgrade vCSA 6.5 to 6.7 – pt.2

    vSphere 6.7 upgrade vCSA 6.5 to 6.7 - pt.2 If your vSphere environment is running version 6.0 or above, you can easily migrate the vCenter Server to version 6.7 with the migration tool provided with vSphere 6.7. Compared to a fresh vCSA installation, the upgrade is the preferred method to use for complex environments or where time consuming settings have been configured in the original vCenter Server. Currently the direct vCSA upgrade to version 6.7 is supported from vCSA 6.0 or 6.5 U1 bu[...]
    Blog Name: NoLabNoPartY Author: Paolo Valsecchi
    Published on 2018-10-16 | Time 07:00:05
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    Setting up and using the Workstation 15 Pro REST API

    I’m a long time user of Workstation Pro. My main purpose is for labs as I prefer to host them within software than expensive hardware. Hardware is great but there are too many limitations (Initial cost, power, cooling, maintenance, space, patching) and for me, Workstation Pro works perfectly provided that my machine has enough memory. [...]
    Blog Name: VirtualG Author: Graham
    Published on 2018-10-15 | Time 23:09:00
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    vROPS 7.0 SDDC Health Monitoring Solution Management Pack 5.0 – Support for NSX 6.4.1?

    This is just a quick post to show that vROPS 7.0 and the SDDC Health Monitoring Solution 5.0 Management Pack for vROPS, is able to monitor NSX for vSphere 6.4.1 despite the fact that NSX 6.4.1 is not officially supported in combination with the SDDC Management Pack 5.0.  Of course the best way forward is to upgrade NSX to a supported version. The following list contains the supported VMware products and the supported versions of those products for the SDDC Health Monitoring Solution Management [...]
    Blog Name: vMusketeers Author: Kim Bottu
    Published on 2018-10-15 | Time 18:06:24
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    Automating downloads from MyVMware

    I recently came across a really cool project called vmw-cli which was built by Andrew Obersnel, an Engineer who works over in our Network and Security Business Unit (NSBU) at VMware. This CLI tool enables you to login to MyVMware and based on your entitlements, download any VMware binary or application just like you would using a web [...]
    Blog Name: virtuallyGhetto Author: William Lam
    Published on 2018-10-15 | Time 17:19:00
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    Ability to transfer the ownership of dashboards with vRealize Operations 7.0

    There have been several amazing changes in the realm of dashboard management in vRealize Operations 7.0. The very first one in my list of favorites is the ability to transfer dashboard... Click on the title to continue reading the post..
    Blog Name: vXpress Author: Sunny Dua
    Published on 2018-10-15 | Time 15:00:00