I really do like templates. I can very easily create a working - and yet customized how I like - virtual machine in a very short amount of time And with no decisions or configuration to worry about. I did a Windows 2012 version here, (and a Win2K7 here and Win2K16 here) today I … Continue reading How to build a Windows 10 vSphere Template
Hello all, I had most of the week at home and is that ever nice. Plus I have made some good progress on the work lab. I hope to finish it next week and then work on my own pod in it. Very excited to get more work done on things I have actual commitments … Continue reading Newsletter: February 25, 2017
Hello all, I had hoped by this time, with all the time in the datacenter I recently spent that I would have a new work lab. It is not to be however, as the work is not done, and there is a new plan. I look forward to it being done as I have made … Continue reading Newsletter: February 18, 2017
Hi there, Just installing Veeam Backup & Replication (VBR) and using an off-host SQL server. And I got an error: Now, I am not a SQL guy, but I can normally make it work. So from this error I did three things to get things working. There is likely a better way but this worked … Continue reading Veeam install and SQL error
Hello all, I have spent the last six days in a datacenter trying to build a lab. It was a greenfield, and that made it a lot harder than I expected. I have a draft of article on it, and will publish after I have thought on it more. Certainly I have learned a lot. … Continue reading Newsletter: February 11, 2017
Storage networks and vMotion networks should be private and non-routing. But when you do that - lately for me - people think that you cannot use NFS backups with Veeam. But you can in fact. Easy if you know how. So guess what - I will show you how. This is good to know since … Continue reading Veeam and access to private and non-routing networks
Hello everyone, I hope you have had a most excellent week. Enjoying the weekend as well I hope. Sunday I head out on the road again - this time to Columbus to build out our work lab. Quite excited about that actually. I hope everyone finds something interesting in this weeks newsletter and has a … Continue reading Newsletter: February 4, 2017
Hi all, We are supposed to be doing videos on this, and it got me thinking. Here are some reasons I think if you are a Veeam user, or a Veeam partner, on why you should attend VeeamON which is held May 16 - 18 in New Orleans. You will be able to learn more … Continue reading Why to go to VeeamON 2017?