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Monthly Archives: September 2012

Creating Virtual Machines in the vSphere Web Client

Staff Engineer Stephanie Dee walks you through the process of creating a virtual machine from scratch using the vSphere Web Client.


Virtual Machine Compatibility in the vSphere Web Client

Staff engineer Stephanie Dee shows you the new Virtual Compatibility Level and explains how to use it to choose a set of virtual machine hardware capabilities and associate them with an ESXi host.


Creating a Distributed Port Group in the vSphere Web Client

Senior Staff Engineer Ravi Soundararajan describes how to create a distributed port group and add it to a distributed switch.


Creating a Distributed Switch in the vSphere Web Client

Senior Staff Engineer Ravi Soundararajan describes how to create a distributed switch to which you can add a host and use as the center of a virtual network.


Using the Work in Progress feature in the vSphere Web Client

Senior Staff Engineer Peter Shepherd shows you how to use the new Work In Progress feature in the vSphere Web Client.


Navigating Storage in the vSphere Web Client: Datastores

Senior Staff Engineer Ravi Soundararajan demonstrates the new navigation features and controls that help you manage datastores in the vSphere Web Client.


Navigating Storage in the vSphere Web Client: Adapters and Storage

Senior Staff Engineer Ravi Soundararajan shows you how to navigate to storage adapters and storage devices in the vSphere Web Client.


Alarms in the vSphere Web Client

Senior Staff Engineer Peter Shepherd demonstrates how to set up an email alert that helps you monitor available storage space.


Adding a Host in the vSphere Web Client

Senior Staff engineer Ravi Soundararajan walks you through the process of adding a host by using the vSphere Web Client.


Creating a vSphere DRS/HA Cluster in the vSphere Web Client

Senior Staff Engineer Ravi Soundararajan walks you through setting up a new DRS/HA cluster in the vSphere Web Client.