Tag: NFS

Windows Server 2012 as Home Lab Storage Server

After long absence I’m starting my work on this blog and other projects. For the first post I’d try to summarize the step needed to install and configure iSCSI or NFS server by using “Microsoft Windows Server 2012” for home lab based on “VMware ESXi 5.x” but for step-by-step visual guide “Windows Server 2012 – File and […]

Updated: December 12, 2015 — 8:57 PM

Using VMware PowerCLI (#001)

After long absence, I’m back with some new posts which I hope they become useful one day. Code #001 (Disconnecting CD Drives): Last night, while I was looked for making some changes on my hosts in my home lab, I ran “RVTools” for checking VMs if they mounted any ISO images, so I can disconnect […]

Updated: November 28, 2011 — 11:48 PM

NFS on Windows Server 2008 R2

As usual I have reconfigured my home lab and again I start with configuring my Starwind iSCSI Target with no problem at all, It’s easy, fast and reliable at least in my home lab I get a good answer from it. I’m using this software to provide iSCSI targets to my ESXi hosts and placing […]

Updated: February 7, 2011 — 2:35 AM