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VMware vSphere 5.1

Few days back, “VMware, Inc.” has released newest version of “VMware vSphere” (Sept 10, 2012) and in this post, I want to share some links for documents, pages and posters. All in one place: Thanks to “Eric Siebert“, Here is a another great post on his site (vSphere-Land) which will help you find all links for applications, documents and […]

Updated: November 24, 2016 — 9:12 PM

Make it easy for vCLI commands

This post is somehow related to VMware vCLI, it’s about making some changes on Windows OS so vCLI commands can be used from any address in command line. By default, when VMware vCLI installed on Windows OS, it will add two addresses in the “PATH”. In “Windows Vista/7/2008/2008 R2” these addresses can be checked by right […]

Updated: August 28, 2011 — 1:04 AM

Little tips on updating hosts using vCLI

Today I make some time free to update my home lab from “VMware ESXi 4.1” to “VMware ESXi 4.1 Update 1”. Well, This may look outdated topic or old version as VMware already announced “VMware vSphere 5.0” but I face an “Error”, I thought it may be good to share here. Quick Note: Full process […]

Updated: August 5, 2011 — 2:05 AM

DCAS-#006 (Host configuration backup)

Well, It’s long time after my previous post and the reason of my inactivity is my state in my company and previous project, anyway, I have started reading and working on VMware documents and moving toward my next exam. Today I have worked on saving host configuration using both VMware vCLI and VMware vMA, they […]

Updated: May 1, 2011 — 2:01 AM

DCAS-#004 (vCLI and Session Files)

Yesterday, as part of my studying process, I worked with VMA and a little with vCLI. During working with VMA, I tried and worked with “vilogger” which acting as syslog server for centralizing the logs from different hosts, as VMware ESXi would be the only option from next edition, working with VMA and knowing how […]

Updated: March 27, 2011 — 3:24 AM

Upgrading ESXi 4.0 to ESXi 4.1

If you search on the internet you would find many communities post, blogs and web site about “How to upgrade ESXi 4.0 to ESXi 4.1”. Well, thats true but I’m writing my own experience with ESXi 4.0 which has Cisco Nexus 1000v (trial of course) and it’s upgrade process. the process and steps can be […]

Updated: September 21, 2010 — 4:45 PM
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