Working with VMWare it’s a continues challenge, with new surprises every day, but fortunately, so far, only with happy endings. Let’s see today’s story. I am working for a client that has a vCenter with 6 ESXi hosts. In order to access it, I have to start a VPN, then connect to a Windows terminal server via RDP and from this machine again via RDP to another Windows terminal server.
If you are a System Administrator who has to comply your company’s systems with the security requirements asked by the latest standards and regulations, or just wants to better protect these systems, you will find in this post some info in regard to password configuration. We’ll see together how to enforce a password policy by altering the default settings, in terms of password complexity and password minimum length, in Windows
After upgarding VCSA to version 6.5 at one of my clients, I’ve tried to upgrade also the ESXi Hosts. I’ve made the Baselines in VUM and attached them to the hosts. So far everything went smooth. After that I’ve scanned the hosts for updates and this is the moment when the error came up: “Host cannot download files from VMware vSphere Update Manager patch store. Check the network connectivity and
I’ve experienced a problem while importing an OVA into VCSA 6.5. The error that I’ve got is the one bellow. As you can see it says that the problem occurs due to certificates that the browser does not trust. If you are checking the certificate in the web browser, you will see a certificate warning. The solution found is actually quite simple. You have to download the VMCA root certificates
Why I need to do this?! Because I’ve made a backup of a RPi’s SD Card to a Linux VM and now I would like to restore the created image file back to the SD Card. For the moment I’m doing this only to see how should be made, my RPi still works very good, but is always good to be prepared in case something goes wrong. Before starting the
I think Raspbbery Pi is a great device and I love how easy and fun is to create IoT projects using it. I am using Raspberry Pi at my vacation house and also at my parents summer house. It is monitoring remotely the temperature, the voltage of batteries connected to the wind-turbine and solar-panels and controlling the alarm system and some relays that are starting and stopping different appliances. These