Customer of mine never heard about potential time sync problems in a virtual environment and when checking a number of VMs, I learned that they clearly had no default configuration for TimeSync in the VMware Tools. I decided to write a Powershell script that will list the VMware Tools setting for time sync and for […]
You probably wonder what has gotten in to me, iPad postings have nothing to do with virtualization. Yes you’re right, but lately I see so many tweets of people in the virtualization community asking for “must have” apps for their iPad, I decided to write this little post about my “must have” apps. Here we go:
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.
When there is a contest for doing stupid but funny things, you will probably find my girlfriend and me joining in. With the Veeam Video Contest it is no different so we shot a nice little video to show what Veeam Backup & Replication can do for you. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oR47BXlKkHk[/youtube] Please vote for us at:Â http://www.veeam.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=1050 (You […]
If you consolidated physical servers with virtualization, you probably did so to reduce the costs of maintaining many physical servers — namely power and cooling, rack space, support contracts, physical hardware and so on.As a consultant, I often work with clients who have embarked on large server consolidation projects, migrated many physical hosts to virtual […]