Category: VMWare

Installing VMware Tools the right way on CentOS 6.7!

For CentOS, I recommend following the VMware Tools Installation Guide for Operating System Specific Packages to get your VMware Tools instead of just running it from vSphere Client. Why you ask? Well, because in following this setup routine, you can

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Setting the default domain for vCenter SSO

vCenter Single Sign by default requires the user to specify the domain when they pass their username during authenticate with vCenter. For Example : MYDOMAIN\USER1 or [email protected] You can eliminate the need to insert the domain in the user name

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Install VMware Tools on CentOS 6.5

This article briefly describes the process of installing the VMWare tools on CentOS 6.5. It is important that you install VMware Tools in the guest operating system because the VM will have significantly faster performance, time synchronization, and other enhanced features. Below

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Running DSET on ESXi 5.1/5.5 Host Remotely

So, most troubleshooting, involves getting the correct information, so you can even begin to look into a problem. Many application related issues, stem from a hardware issue, thus if you use Dell hardware, many times you will be asked to

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Install VMWare Tools on Windows Server 2012 R2 Core

Windows Server Core is an installation option for Windows Server 2012 R2. It installs fewer components and administrations options than the full installation of Windows Server 2012 R2. You manage Server Core locally by using Windows PowerShell or a command-line

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Files that make up a VM

I think everyone today understands the concept of a Virtual Machine or virtualized environment. However, in case you are not familiar with the terminology, wikipedia defines a virtual machine as follows: A virtual machine (VM) is a software implementation of

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