Monthly Archives: March 2017

macOS 10.12.4 is now GA

Hi all, This is a small update, but I have had 8 public beta’s with it on my home lab machine so I feel confident it should not be much of a negative issue.  Here is what they say is

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iOS 10.3 is now GA

Hi there, I have been working with 10.3 for some time on one of my devices.  It has been very well behaved to say the least.  It has finally dropped to it is upgrade time for my two production devices!

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Host cannot download files from VUM patch store

I could also call this odd VUM error and no update.  But I went to update my silver cluster recently and it didn’t work.  I saw this error. I looked in /var/log/esxupdate.log and found no clues. So I thought I

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Newsletter: March 25, 2017

Hello all, I hope everyone has had a good week?  And enjoying the weekend too? I had what felt like a long week on the road.  I attended a Gartner event, and also did a VMUG too. Both were very

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Newsletter: March 18, 2017

Hello all, I am writing this – at least some of it – while on a layover in Houston, while on my way to Ft. Lauderdale for a Gartner event.  After that I will be at a VMUG in Ft.

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Veeam and ReFS – how to make things work!

I have seen a lot about how cool ReFS is and how important – like Ricks article. I have not seen so much, certainly not in one spot, on how to make it work, and how to make sure it

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Newsletter: March 11, 2017

Hello all, I hope that everyone had a good week, and are looking forward to another good week.  I was productive in my work lab, and am now building out my own pod.  Very exciting.  I have also had two

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