When chatting with Alan Renouf about a PowerShell script, I wanted to run my PowerShell editor (which I run in a VMware View4 VDI session) under administrative rights. So I right clicked the editor, select â€œRun as Administratorâ€ and then my session locked.
At VMworld 2009 in San Francisco I received a copy of Scott Loweâ€™s book â€œMastering VMware vSphere 4â€ and really did have the intention to read it as soon as I got home, but it turned out it took me quite a bit longer before I finally started reading, but today I finally finished it. […]
We all know that the future version of vSphere will probably only be the ESXi version. At least, this is what VMware’s aim is for ESX5. Because it is wise to already get used to ESXi now to get moreÂ familiarÂ with theÂ absenceÂ of the Service Console, I was trying to switch my home lab of three ESX […]
For years lots of people accused Microsoft of being a bully whenever it suited them. They could change licensing policies to make it very hard for competitors to sell their products. Look at how difficult they have made it for VMware when it comes to supporting their products. VMware has been around with VMware Workstation […]
In part 3 of this series, I want to shed a light on the difference between the types of Migration in ESX and Hyper-V and the differences in storage between the both of them. Although I think most of the readers know the differences, I will start with a brief summary. Hyper-V QuickMigration: When you […]