Monthly Archives: June 2008

ESX server unattended install

This post was triggered by the VI3.5 Deploy Secure Analyse course I ran in Wellington last week, I realised at the end of the course that I hadn’t provided the guys with the template unattended file on the CD as … Continue reading

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VC 2.5 HA admission Control

I’d been meaning to write about the issues with “insufficient resources to satisfy configured failover levl”  in VC 2.5 environments for a while.  Those who’ve been on recent courses know the outline. Today I found a link to a … Continue reading

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Citrix XenServer

A couple of weeks ago I did some study and became certified in Citrix XenServer, the aim being that I’ll get Citrix Certified Instructor status in the near future and teach their virtualisation products too. Overall I was very impressed … Continue reading

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Microsoft Trainer status

Today I achieved a new trainer status, I am now a Microsoft Certified Trainer.  With Microsoft entering the hypervisor based virtualisation market it’s a god time to get into teaching their material as a compliment to the VMware courses I … Continue reading

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