In Redhat/Fedora/Cent, GRUB can be protected by running the grub-md5-crypt command and pasting the outputted password hash into the grub.conf file. vSphere 6.0 password protects grub by default. If you change the root password in the VAMI, the GRUB password … continue reading
Deploying a brand new vCSA 6.7 appliance results in the following error during the second stage of the deployment.
This problem is almost always caused by DNS resolution. Once you create the appropriate A and … continue reading
When replicating virtual machines from VMware to Azure using Site Recovery, you may encounter an issue where the Configuration server discovers the wrong IP address for a VM. This can be caused by stale entries within the infrastructurevms MySQL table … continue reading
While attempting to decommission one of our vCenter sites, I ran into an issue removing one of the PSCs. This site consisted of two PSCs and one vCenter appliance. I removed the first PSC from the SSO domain successfully, and … continue reading
In this post I’ll be walking through how to run a vSphere lab in VMware Workstation. I recently decided to obtain VCP6-DCV. Rather than driving up my electric bill like I’ve done in the past using physical servers, I’m attempting … continue reading