Monthly Archives: April 2017

Newsletter: April 29, 2017

Hello everyone, I have been quite quiet lately.  Normally that means a long Africa type holiday with no internet, or that I am most amazing busy.  And it is that I have been very busy. I did have some time

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Upgrading NexentaStor to

You may have seen my Fusion upgrade article and now this one is about upgrading NexentaStor to the current GA of 5.0.3.  I am particularly looking forward to the vSphere 6.5 support so I can get the Nexenta vSphere Web

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Upgrading Nexenta Fusion to

Hello there, I use Nexenta in my lab, and I really like it.  It works well and has a great UI too.  There was an update of the Nexenta Fusion management appliance recently. I was looking forward to it due

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Newsletter: April 16, 2017

So a little late with this.  But on holiday in St. George, Utah and having a lot of fun.  Great hiking in this wonderful area – amazing red rock and deserts.  But on this holiday I need to do a

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Newsletter: April 8, 2017

Hello everyone, I trust everyone had a good week, and are enjoying the weekend?  I had a tough week, but it did go fast.  Working on the most odd View implementation I have seen or heard of.  No security server,

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Protecting against Ransomware

I hear backup companies talking about protecting against Ransomware and it normally means after the fact it will help you recover. Some of them do talk about it that way – and some don’t. But this article will be about

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Newsletter: April 1, 2017

Hi all, Thanks to Michael last week I quickly found out I had the wrong year in my title.  I check the body of this article very carefully for spelling, grammar, and technical mistakes but sometimes I forget to do

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