In one of my previous posts I showed you the vRO action to find network card by its MAC address. Today is the time to create vRO workflow to remove the card with the specific MAC address Continue reading
I’m a great PowerShell fan, I think it’s the second best (or maybe first one) thing Microsoft bring to IT world – for me still the one and best is MS Exchange.
Some time ago MS introduced a thing called Desired State Configuration, as I’m correct it was with PS 3.0, for sure with PS 4.0.
You can read a lot of DSC just to google it or go to MS site. I won’t explain how DSC works and what is the pull server, how to enforce configuration compliance, etc …
For my compliance I’m using SCCM, however I found Powershell DSC really useful for my initial server configuration, so I’d like to share how easy and handy is to build some initial server configurations – “Make it smart, make it simpe” – from this starting point one can go wherever … sky is the limit 🙂 Continue reading
As system engineer I’m providing a 3rd level support in IT areas I work on. So one day a strange case came to me. An issue was reported that on multi-homed Windows 2012 R2 server – this case was : 2 network interfaces on Windows 2012 R2 (I can imagine it can happen on 2+ network interfaces Windows 2008 or newer). So on mutlihomed Windows Server 2012 R2, when try to ping internally FQDN wrong IP is returned. Continue reading