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Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

It’s began with an email for seminar invitation; In that email, there was note on the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and as I’m already using 14.04 Beta on few VMs, I looked for LTS and found out it would be available around March 17th and there were two commands for 13.10 users who wants to update […]

Updated: November 24, 2016 — 8:05 PM

Trusted Hosts Helper (Ver 0.1)

After writing my post about “Server Manager & WinRM” I decided to write a script to take care of adding and modifying the TrustedHosts list. Here are two scripts, first one is menu-based script which would run entirely in the PowerShell/ISE window and second one is GUI; Graphical interface has been created using “SAPIEN PrimalForm […]

Updated: February 21, 2014 — 12:37 AM

Server Manager & WinRM

During my lab time, I tried to add Windows Server 2012 to the “Server Manager” which I installed on my Windows 8 system for remote management purpose. As it’s shown in above screenshots, it’s a simple process, it’s only needed to click on “Manage” button in the server manager window, then choosing the “Add Servers” […]

Updated: February 20, 2014 — 1:45 PM

PowerShell & Hyper-V

In past few days I worked with Microsoft Hyper-V and PowerShell as part of my study for updating my certificate and during this study time, I made few simple scripts which can be used in lab. Mass linked VHD/VHDX creator This script will create multiple VHD/VHDX file based on provided info of currently existed “Differencing” […]

Updated: February 14, 2014 — 4:52 PM

VCA-Cloud (the 3rd)

On the beginning of this January I sat two VCA exams (VCA-WM & VCA-DCV) and passed both of them. After finishing the e-Learning material which VMware kindly shared for VCA-Cloud, I tried to sat this exam but had few personal problem which made delays in this event; in any case I’ve registered for VCA-Cloud on […]

Updated: February 1, 2014 — 2:54 PM

VCA (VMware Certified Associate )

As VMware Certification portal stated there are currently three VCA certifications and exams generally available. VCA-WM (Workforce Mobility) VCA-DCV (Data Center Virtualization) VCA-Cloud Few days back I’ve taken two of three (currently available) VCA exams and passed using discount voucher thanks to my great friend “Ravi Kumar” and unfortunately that voucher has been expired few […]

Updated: January 8, 2014 — 8:03 PM

Virtual Machine Connection & Authorization Manager

I’ve started learning Microsoft Hyper-V as well as working on few network and virtualization projects and this post is from my today learning and exercise. After installing Microsoft Hyper-V role on the Server (WS 2012/WS 2012 R2) or Desktop (Win 8/Win 8.1) two icons would be added to the new “Start Screen”. 1. Hyper-V Manager […]

Updated: December 7, 2013 — 1:20 AM

VMware eCertificate Font

Based on my previous post, there’s some changes in myLearn portal and it’s possible to download eCertificate (PDF) but there’s only one little problem. If someone going to open the PDF file on the system which don’t have the required font they might see some block instead of character, specially in lower left side which […]

Updated: September 18, 2013 — 1:18 AM

Mass Hard Disk Creator (Ver 0.1)

Think about scenario which two or more hard disks should be created and added to a specific VM(s); there are multiple ways like using GUI (vSphere Client) or PowerCLI.   😉 If normal GUI (vSphere Client) going to be use, it would be a time-consuming process but when trying to do it with PowerCLI (automated […]

Updated: November 24, 2016 — 8:52 PM

PowerCLI and Networking

In this post I’d try to demonstrate the usage of “VMware PowerCLI” in case of working in some network area, for more clear, I’d create new “Virtual Machine Port Group” and then would add new vNIC to VMs and connect them to the newly created “Port Group”. Step 1 – Creating new “Port Group” First […]

Updated: November 24, 2016 — 9:05 PM
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