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Blog posts December 2017

Powershell execution policy setting is overridden by a policy defined at a more specific scope

While setting up execution policy (Set-ExecutionPolicy) on powershell, there might be a below error.

Set-ExecutionPolicy : Windows PowerShell updated your execution policy successfully, but the setting is overridden by a policy defined at a more specific scope.  Due to the override, your shell wi…

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The top 10 reasons to upgrade to VMware vSphere 6.5

1. Reorganize Administration and Management with a New and modern HTML5-Based User Interface 
Administer and manage the virtual data center with the responsive, easy-to-use new HTML5-based vSphere client interface. Although I am still big fan of vsphere client, As new versions of vsphere will be k…

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Create your Microsoft Azure 12 Months Free Account

When you create or register a new account on Microsoft azure (https://azure.microsoft.com/en-in/free/),  you will get $200 credit (Around 13,300 INR) for use to be Within 30 days of period. You can use this credit limit to use and test any Azure service and product for free completely. After 30 d…

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Add NFS datastores to VMware ESXi hosts using PowerCLI

Warning: Windows NFS server is not listed on VMWare HCL as Esxi NFS datastore. I am using it as a demo purpose.

In this article I will use NFS mount created earlier in Microsoft Powershell: Windows 2016 Install and configure NFS server. Mounting the same NFS datastore storage on Esxi servers or …

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Microsoft Powershell generate random anything (Filename, TempPath, GUID, Password)

When I write PowerShell scripts, many times I require random file name, folder path, numbers and strings keys, few .net and native PowerShell v5 cmdlets helps me to generate random required information easily, it saves time and don't have to generate random names or number or even password manually…

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Microsoft Powershell: Windows 2016 Install and configure NFS server

Unmount NFS datastores from VMware ESXi and NFS is in use

Mounting NFS datastore on ESXi server is very easy, similar way you might need to remove/unmount NFS share from ESXi server for maintenance or migration purpose. To unmount it, open VMWare vSphere Web Client and select Storage tab, from the list select NFS datastore, right click on it and sele…

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Mount NFS share to multiple ESXi hosts

"A datastore with the same name and backing configuration already exists in the current datacenter. Change the datastore name and backing configuration to continue."

While adding NFS datastore on esxi server I saw above error. This NFS drive was already added on the Esxi001 successfully, but when…

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VMWare ESXi add and create NFS datastore

In the earlier article Microsoft Windows 2016 Install and configure NFS server for ESXi and Linux, I shown on installing and configuring NFS server on Microsoft Windows 2016 sever. NFS datastores is one of the file type of datastore to keep virtual machines on VMWare Esxi server, This is also good …

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Microsoft Windows 2016 Install and configure NFS server for ESXi and Linux

NFS (Network file system) is a distributed file sharing solution for diversified cross platform environments. It was originally designed to run on Sun solaris, This also supports and works well on windows and non-windows computers. NFS uses RPC and usually use Port (TCP and UDP) 111 and 2049. There …

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VMware Powercli : Gather distributed virtual switch information to JSON file to migrate standard switch

I have already written complete series on how to migrate distributed virtual switch to Standard virtual switch which helps to move Esxi host from one vCenter to another vCenter server. As you should not remove Esxi directly with distributed switch from vCenter until you move it to standard virtual s…

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