Monthly Archives: February 2015

Newsletter: February 21, 2015

Hello all, I hope everyone is warm and comfortable today – it is quite cold, and very much full of snow here in Nashua – in fact just started snowing again!  Glad I am heading to California tomorrow as it

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No persistent cache location

Hi there, I have one host with this error message – no persistent cache location.  It is identical to my other 3 hosts but they do not have this error.  I am starting to get PernixData FVP installed and somewhere

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Wonder why you see ^^494^^ instead of real names?

I certainly did.  In my environment I see names of things like you see below. For example, you can in Top 5 Largest datastores things like ^^324^^.  I was curious about that.  It turns out that I was looking at

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Newsletter: February 15, 2015

Hello everyone, I hope that everyone is well today.  I think that many US and Canadian people get a long weekend this weekend.  I on the other hand, have chosen to travel into the blizzards of New England and the

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Getting Opvizor Working – and is it interesting or what!

Hi there, As part of the vExpert program I got an NFR license from Opvizor and I am quite interested in it.  If you watch the video on their home page you will see what I did and perhaps be

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Do you see the applications in vR Ops that you think you should?

Hi there, I am used to VMware Infrastructure Navigator (VIN) (or is it now VMware vRealize Infrastructure Navigator?) in the vSphere Web Client showing me the Apps on a VM or host and that helps me deal with change control

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Install and configure of Veeam ONE

Hello all, I had forgotten that the Veeam monitoring tool – ONE – can do Visio diagrams.  So when I was reminded of that, and when I was thinking about monitoring tools I realized I should check out ONE as

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