Today, I’d like to share a very simple function I wrote some years ago, I would even say many years :). This is a simple powershell function, without any error handling and parameters checking. I needed at some point to have proper logging of my scripts and I wanted to have it displayed on screen and logged to the file as well for some later usage. I wrote this function to achieve my need.
There are situations when one need to add a new port group to the existing standard vSwitch in vCenter. This is easily configurable in the vCenter in the host configuration. This can be done manually on the small number of hosts, however on bigger number it can be really annoying. What offers vRO as basis. In the built in workflow list under the “Library->vCenter->Networking->Standard Virtual Switch“, one can find a workflow “Add port group in the standard virtual switch“. It’s good for the start, so let’s see what it needs Continue reading
Today, let me post my friend’s post, which is I find really amazing/magnificent. If you’re looking for the manual/guide how to replace self-signed certificates in vCenter 5.5 with PKI one, please go to the following link [How to] Replace self-signed certificates on VCSA 5.5.
The only thing I can say : THANK YOU Waldemar for posting that !!!!
And of course NOT thank you VMWARE for NOT posting that. I can imagine that all VMWARE engineers are too busy or too skilled to write such manual to fulfil Customer needs. Or just simply they are NOT skilled enough. Really poor support from vendor!!!!!!!!!!