I will update this after I have updated a few devices. You can find the security information on this release here. Here is a third-party article on the update. Here is a summary type article of all of the announcements by Apple yesterday (3/21/16). Update: 3/25/16 - I heard that 9.3 was pulled, and released … Continue reading iOS 9.3 – Release notes
Hello all, I hope that everyone is good today, and have had a good week? I did, had some fun in the lab and also goofed off with my Dad so things are good. Yes, I am still looking for work, but I have a couple of great choices that I am working through. I … Continue reading Newsletter: March 19, 2016
This was quite interesting. Read on to see what I learned. First, by turning it on, seeing what it was like, and turning it off I got back to a clean loging screen (I also heard that clearing the browser cache fixes it too - thanks Rob!). As a reminder, what it looked like before … Continue reading Using Login Banner and I accept
Hi all, It was fun to see this morning that the vSphere 6.0 Update 2 bits dropped last night. This is a big release - particularly vCenter. Quite a few new things but also a lot of fixes, and really a lot of things to watch out for. The release notes is a serious read! … Continue reading My vSphere 6.0 Update 2 Update
So, maybe you saw this when you logged into your appliance to upgrade to vSphere 6.0 U2 this morning? Or maybe you logged into your vCenter first and saw this? And when you go into System Configuration and check out your vCenter node you see this. Which seems to indicate there is no problem. So … Continue reading Why is my vCenter Appliance Health Red?
I have written before how much I like the Dell OpenManage Integration for VMware vCenter tool. You can find my articles on it via this tag. In my past life at DataGravity, and before it at VMware, I used it to keep all my Dell firmware current. It was easy and simple, and even used … Continue reading Updating Dell hosts – when I don’t have the cool tool!
Hi there, I am a very big fan of the ESXi Host Client (EHC) - it really helped me out yesterday and I did not have to use a Windows desktop to get the vSphere Client working. I did some Googling today and learned that there is a bit of info on working with the … Continue reading Automated Install of EHC v6 using VUM