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Those are awesome little boxes. I use one at home and I have them deployed in remote sites. Extremely stable. Remember that those are licensed...
Already fixed mine using PowerCLI. Took all of 15 minutes.
Agreed. I'm tired of seeing people eschew ASDM for no good reason. In fact, there are some functions that you must use ASDM for like DAP.
I'm surprised nobody's mentioned SolarWinds yet. Not cheap, but very good and easier to implement than anything else I've used.
Yep, it's in the dbo.event table.
Big fan of Commvault Simpana here. It can be quite complicated as well as pricey, but it "just works" and can do anything you want.
Native client works just fine when connecting to ESXi, but not when connecting to vCenter. Get a free license and you're golden.
I've always found in my testing that 64K has ended up being the happy medium no matter the I/O type. Few gains, if any, found in either direction...
VMware supports CBT on NFS.
FYI - stealing wifi is a third degree felony in many areas. And posting about !@#$ like that isn't allowed here.
Besides - there are much...
Dytrails, I'm actually doing the same thing where I work. View + Imprivata + Zero clients can't be beat with a stick. You wouldn't believe...
To be clear, I mean you must already be logged into gnome/kde. If you're already doing this then I'd check logs and/or fire up wireshark.
The session must be logged in first. Will not work if the target is at the login prompt.
And wrong forum...
Teradici Zero clients are awesome. With the pcoip management console server setup (free - unlike other vendors) all you have to do is literally...
You think that's bad, we still have a Data General AViiON in production. When purchased in 1997 it ran NT, it has since been upgraded to Win2K....
Yes you can, howerver each user needs to be configured this way. If you try to have your server route all the mail, you'll run into problems....
Define "virtualization efficiency". If you mean VM density, then you'll always want to max RAM regardless the speed it runs at.
We actually bought a pair of F5 load balancers because of the anticipated release of VXLAN support. We are going to use it to extend our DMZ....
FYI on the numlock settings - have you tried setting it in the registry?
Have a look here - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/154529
Cisco has a virtual ASA now as well. I'm not sure if it is suitable for supporting a physical environment though....
Humidity is the problem here. You want 45%. I've even heard of SANs killing themselves in extremely low humidity environments. Low humidity...
Have you looked at VXLAN?
Just 1gig. We get 10gig (and all our switches for that matter) from CXtec.
We frequently use Fluxlight - never had any problems with them. Nortel and Cisco.
Well, not to get too realistic on you - but if you can support a single playable session you've accomplished a great thing. VDI which is...
With View you have to use PCoIP to enable 3D hardware acceleration.
Group policy modeling should be able to help with this.
Use converter or the vmdk will not be properly disk aligned. Direct copies are a bad practice.
You could also try Teradici Arch for RDS. Will allow you to try PCoIP.
Have looked at tab rotation like Revolver? That's what we use for SolarWinds...
Jumbo frames turned on? Try disabling.
If you are a Google Apps customer, no data is mined.
I would sniff it with Wireshark and see if anything looks wrong.
Safari Books Online and Train Signal are what I use. Invaluable.
Have you looked here?
People do it all the time, it's called a V2V. Works fine.
Does not matter - XP and 2003 by default do not align the first sector of the partition properly.
Have a look here -...
Are the disks aligned?