As many of you expected, the new VMware vSphere version is called VMware vSphere 4.1. The hints have been clear these past few weeks and today it became official. Today was the official release and we can finally start blogging about VMware vSphere’s latest features. In the next few days I will post a number […]
For my home lab Iâ€™m always testing several configs, creating VMs, removing VMs, reinstalling hosts and breaking them on purpose. Sometimes I have 40 VMs running and a week later Iâ€™m down to just 5. This week I stumbled upon something strange when cleaning up unused VMs. On my 3 hosts cluster I had enabled […]
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.