Hi all, It is quite uncommon for Veeam temporary snapshots to remain around. In fact, there is code in Veeam Backup & Replication that when it starts a job, it looks for any associated snapshots and cleans them up. However, there can come a time when there are Veeam snapshots littered about. I have Veeam … Continue reading Cleaning up Veeam temporary snapshots
Hello all, I hope that everything is good with you all? Things good here. A nice collection of things to share this time and as always I hope everyone finds something interesting. Friday I found out that I had made the 2018 vExpert. Which is very exciting and I am proud to be part of … Continue reading Newsletter: March 10, 2018
Hello all, I hope you had a good week? Our week ended with quite a snow blizzard, though not quite as bad as in England. But I made it home early - before traffic - from the gym so it was easy driving, and my wife walked home. Was tougher on her with the snow … Continue reading Newsletter: March 3, 2018
Hi there, Here is the info I used to get PowerShell and PowerCLI working on my Mac. While it is here for the next time I need it, it is also here in case I helps you. And it was weird. Very weird - as I had to clean up. We are doing PowerShell 6.0.1 … Continue reading Installing PowerShell / PowerCLI on a Mac
Hi all, A very busy week for me, and so I have a few started blog articles I never finished. I hope to catch up soon . I also was able to retire three hosts out of my lab, and bring in two new ones. So much smaller, quieter, and use way less electricity, and … Continue reading Newsletter: February 3, 2018
Hello all, I want to help everyone get more out of PowerCLI. So I am going to work through a short series on getting started with it, and doing a number of different things with it. This is more about being a consumer, rather than a developer. But it will get you going. I did … Continue reading PowerCLI Series – Getting Started – 2018 edition
This last newsletter of 2017 has a vareity of articles in it - Veeam, VMware, and Apple are all covered.