Monthly Archives: July 2014

Newsletter: July 27, 2014

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

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Newsletter: July 20, 2014

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. 

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How to build a Windows 2012 R2 VMware Template

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. 

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Posted in Home Lab, How To

Newsletter: July 11, 2014

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

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Posted in Newsletter, Opinion, Soapbox

Via Ferrata - Amazing, and I can’t wait to do it again!

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

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My View 6 upgrade - easy and smooth, but…

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

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