Hi everyone! I always like to read this sort of thing that other people that I know or respect do. Sometimes I find a real gem of software. So here is my software that I think important. Some of them cost money to buy and I use my own money to buy them although my … Continue reading What software do I use on my MacBook Pro – 2018?
I did the first version of this a while back, and a second version too. But I had a few small changes, and after chatting with Matt, I thought I would update the article. I should also mention that all of this is always in my bag - except for the Bose headset, and Skyroam … Continue reading What is in the bag – v3
Hello all, Another busy week in the lab. I hope that everyone is good - especially those of you in the path of Hurricane Michael. That sounds quite bad. Everyone stay safe. BTW, I saw in this article about the Hurricane that an Air Force base had moved out their non - essential people and … Continue reading Newsletter: October 13, 2018
I have four of the wonderful Supermicro mini - towers (details here). I really like them. But just recently I have had two incidents of the 10 GB port dropping. This would impact my storage and vMotion networks. The network is an Intel X552/X557-AT 10GBASE-T with a NetGear 10 GB 8 port switch (model 708 … Continue reading 10 GB connection dropping on SYS-5028D-TN4T
You might see this error one day in VAO. I have. It is pretty simple to see this. I had configured my replication on the production site, and I had created the virtual lab on the recovery site. I did that specifically since I had virtual labs on my production site for the SureBackup jobs … Continue reading VAO – Virtual Lab ‘X’ not found on server ‘y’
Hi there, This is something I have had to introduce to a variety of customers. So I figured today I should do a blog about it. This is not about how to install it but about how useful it is. When you are in the vSphere HTML5 client, and you use the Menu you will … Continue reading The Veeam HTML5 plug-in for vSphere Client
Hi all, This was supposed to be not so hard I was told. It turned out very hard. Our trip into the mountains this long weekend was canceled mid-way through, so I am writing this up. I think it will be helpful next time I have to upgrade domain controllers, and maybe someone else might … Continue reading Adding new domain controllers to my lab