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Installing Veeam Agent for Linux

I wanted to get Veeam Agent for Linux (VAL) into my lab so I have a more complete lab so I can always show off stuff as need.  It turned out to be harder to do then expected.  So an

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Document your vSphere environment? Yes you can!

I heard from Ariel Sanchez that he needed something tested.  It was vDocumentation and him and Edgar Sanchez had something very cool.  I want to share it with you as I think it very handy.  It produces very nice reports

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DHCP is not doing its job!

Hi there, I am supposed to be out with my wife orienteering.  A very useful sport for people that spend a lot of time in the mountains exploring. But I had a problem in my lab.  DHCP was not being

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Can’t create a Content Library?

I wanted to create a content library to help me move stuff between sites.  Which is an amazing good idea by the way!  But it failed.  I saw in the recent events %S when I tried to create a content

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Getting PowerShell working on my Mac – via Docker

Currently – 7/23/17 – Powershell Beta 4 and PowerCLI 1.10 are not compatible.  But hopefully soon they will.  But since I want this to work now, we are going to get it working in a Docker container.  Thanks to Steve

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Odd Issue: no desktop and profile issues

I am talking a short break between a couple of technical papers to install some cool Veeam software – Veeam Availability Console – so I can learn more.  I have a VM for it but when I logged in I

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Connecting an external Content Library to my Content Library

So I am now using a Content Library in my lab – they are seriously improved in 6.5 and so the next thing to do is connected an external CL to mine.  If you want an intro check out my

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