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 on PTO as well, but I am juggling a multiple of sessions for VeeamON, and … Continue reading Newsletter: April 29, 2017
Hi there, I was getting vSphere Web Client error when I tried to enabled BASH on my vCenter - so I could get the HTML5 client working. So I decided to restart the VCSA. After the restart, and a delay, I see this error message. The C# client works fine. My backups are working fine … Continue reading vSphere Web Client doesn’t answer instead 503 errors
Hello all, I do not have custom certs in my lab, but rather am using the ones that VMware has in the vCSA. So that means I get an opportunity to do an extra click when access the vSphere Web Client. You can easily fix this by using the info in this VMware KB article. … Continue reading Avoid extra clicks accessing vCenter!
Hello all, It is good to be writing again. Had a very good PTO in South Africa but also glad to be home. This was my first week home for a long while. We enjoyed very much South Africa - after all there is amazing wine country, and history to explore, but also great wild … Continue reading Newsletter: June 19, 2016
Hi everyone, It has been a busy and difficult week for me. I will talk more about that in a different post. But I also passed my VCP6-DCV so that was good, and I got an interesting article out - vSphere Best Practices. I will keep it current and updated as necessary - and comments … Continue reading Newsletter: February 6, 2016
Hello all, A week in HQ is always powerful. I sit among the support organization and it is exciting and fun. I even get to help sometimes. Plus working with engineering architects is fun too! But in the last bit of the week I am working on testing migration tools and that has been a … Continue reading Newsletter: December 12, 2015
Hello all, I hope everyone reading this is doing well? An interesting week for you I trust. I worked in the lab a big chunk of the week on something out of the future that resisted me with all its might. Next week is in DG's HQ so I will school the technology - hopefully … Continue reading Newsletter: October 17, 2015