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VMware vCenter Health checks in 6.7U1

I do have the feeling that, while promoting the fully supported HTML5 client in vSphere 6.7u1, more and more customers are curious about the features and benefits in this release. In this blog post I want to share a few informations about an added feature which I think is underrated and most people do not… Continue reading VMware vCenter Health checks in 6.7U1

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Export all active and standby Distributed Switch Portgroup uplink ports using PowerCLI

Just a quick command I used. Maybe it will be useful for someone as well. I thought about the easiest way to check for all active and standby uplink ports on all vSphere Distributed Switch portgroups in my datacenter, for documentation purposes. You could easily check the settings on each portgroup by navigating to the… Continue reading Export all active and standby Distributed Switch Portgroup uplink ports using PowerCLI

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VMware ESXi on Dell PowerEdge internal dual SD module may not be responsive

Last week I came up on a situation on my homelab where one of my VMware ESXi host was not responsive and not connected to the vCSA, even though the virtual machines running on it were not affected. Trying to connect to the host's website I received this error: I connected to the host by… Continue reading VMware ESXi on Dell PowerEdge internal dual SD module may not be responsive

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VMware Tools and VM Hardware Update in vSphere 6.7U1

Using the newly released version vCSA and ESXi 6.7U1, it is possible to manage VMware Tools and VM Hardware updates directly from the HTML5 panel. A few notes from myself, as I was asked multiple time during the last few weeks about the option and how it will be implemented into the HTML5 client. As… Continue reading VMware Tools and VM Hardware Update in vSphere 6.7U1