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Tag: vCenter

VMware vCenter offers services to enhance the reliability and manageability of a server deployment, such as:
VMotion — the capability to move a running virtual machine from one ESX host to another whilst the Operating System continues to run and service users(and faster than some other editions)
Storage VMotion — the capability to move a running virtual machine from one storage device to another whilst the Operating System is running
DRS (Distributed Resource Scheduler) — automatic load-balancing of an ESX cluster using VMotion
HA (High Availability) — in case of hardware failure in a cluster, the virtual servers will automatically restart on another host in the cluster

vSphere Web Client Error #1009, Click yes to reload

Recently My client have been having some issues with the vSphere web client plugins, they were getting #1009 error often…

Resizing your VMFS

I’ve been developing an automation scripts to provision and expand VMFS Datastore. Expand not Extent… I increased the storage volume size…

Login using Active Directory credentials vSphere web client 5.5 (Domain is not listed in Permission)

VMware vCenter 5.1 and before the default behavior was to allow all domain admins to login and administrate your ESXi…

VMware vCenter 5.5 – You do not have permission to login to the server

VMware Vcenter 5.1 and before the default behaviour was to allow all domain admins to login and administrate your ESXi…

Enable / Disable VMware VAAI Plugin in ESXi Host

There are two ways to enable / diable VAAI plugin, One via command line and one via vSphere Client UI…

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