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I must admit that I think I have made quite a few mistakes in this Install. I was told that 6.0 is not supported by PernixData yet, but it has been known to work. So I installed a 5.5 VCSA instead, and voila it joined my AD without any problems that the 6.0 had. (Guess I need to try the 6.0 VCSA again).  Then Uninstalled and Reinstalled the PernixData Management Software, and… Read More

So it’s finally here! The long-awaited release of vSphere 6.0, has been released, and will ready for download medio March we’ve been told. I’ve done a small write-up of some of the new features in this release. Release cycles As seen at VMworld, where many customers thought that VMware would release vSphere 6.0, VMware has adopted a strategy of longer release cycles of the core component vSphere. So instead of a yearly release… Read More

This is an exciting week. Tonight VMware starts their 28 days of February Launch, so keep a lookout for that. 6.0 does bring some exciting new features. This week is also the week where the first batch of 2015 #vExperts should be revealed. I’ve send an application, and fingers will be crossed. Hope to see a lot of fellow #VMUG’ers on the list. Have a nice and hopefully exciting week!

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The weblog of an IT pro specializing in virtualization, storage, and servers

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