Hi everyone, I would just like to wish everyone a very Merry Xmas and Happy New Year for 2011. I’d also like to thank everyone for all their suggestions, donations and support in getting this site up and running and I look forward to bringing you many more Tutorials for 2011.
The second Tutorial for Microsoft has just been completed. How to setup a Windows 2008 or 2008 R2 domain controller. The process is exactly the same for both servers so you can head straight over to the Windows 2008 R2 guide for an in depth step-by-step guide.
It’s time to get a start on Microsoft tutorials. First up we have a basic Installing Windows 2008 and Installing Windows 2008 R2 tutorial. I will be creating more Microsoft tutorials covering various Windows 2008 components along with the addition of Microsoft Exchange. So keep up to date via my RSS feed, twitter or facebook.
A quick post update to let everyone know that i’ve updated the Netapp CLI Pocket Guide Page with additional CIFS commands along with NFS, Useradmin, DNS and Logging commands.
I experienced this problem at a customer sight today where they had an IBM x3650 M3 Server running ESX 4.1 and during the night the server lost connection to the storage but remained up, so the virtual machines didn’t migrate over to the other servers in the cluster. This issue is also experienced on an IBM BladeCenter HS22V
This tutorial will show you how to correctly setup VMware NIC teaming with a Cisco Catalyst Switch using Etherchannel.
In this tutorial I will guide you through creating Virtual Machine Backups using Netapp Virtual Storage Console for VMware vCenter. Virtual Storage Console has integrated “Backup and Recovery” of what used to be called Snap Manager for Virtual Infrastructure or SMVI
I ran into this problem the other day where I couldn’t remove a specific plug-in from vCenter after migrating from a server running 32-bit vCenter 4.0 to 64-bit vCenter running 4.1. The datamigration backup brought across this plug-in without it actually being installed on the new server. This guide will show you how to remove an unwanted or a ghost plug-in from vcenter