Hello all, I hope everyone is good today? Things have been very busy indeed for me, but I have had a few successes and that is always good. Plus I am working hard in the lab to build out a real Customer environment for our product. I have a number of things today that I … Continue reading Newsletter: July 27, 2014
Hello all, I continue today with what I started recently - a series on moving to new storage. Sorry about the delay! This article will be about some of the specific planning you need to do. Before you start you need to answer a number of questions. Questions to think about Do I have a … Continue reading File Migration Series – Planning
Hello all, I hope everyone had a better week then I did. It was a whirlwind, and I did not get done any of the very important things I committed too. So working all weekend and no end in sight. So I am taking a break to get this newsletter out to everyone. There is … Continue reading Newsletter: July 20, 2014
This is a template outline I have used several times and am very happy with it. It should work great for you and if not then let me know. I did this with vSphere 5.5 U1 and Windows 2012 R2. I also used the vSphere Web Client as you will see in the screenshots. I … Continue reading How to build a Windows 2012 R2 VMware Template
Hello all, I am very late with this. I have not done last weekends yet! Very sorry about that, but this is part of my excuse. But also I am part of a start-up that is trying to do a very complex product, and it is Calgary Stampede time too. So time has been very … Continue reading Newsletter: July 11, 2014
Hello all, This is technical, but in a very different way. A while back in Switzerland I had a chance to do something called Via Ferrata. I knew what it was and wanted to do it, but I did something instead with my wife - hiking. So I was working away in Nashua a while … Continue reading Via Ferrata – Amazing, and I can’t wait to do it again!
Hello all, I am sorry I have been so quiet lately. Crazy busy at work and home. But I do have lots to share but only a quick note before I head out on something I just noticed. I upgraded my View 6 lab. It is very important as it is how I get back … Continue reading My View 6 upgrade – easy and smooth, but…