While in the process of creating a vRA blueprint, none of my vSphere templates were displaying as an option for selection. This led me to
vRealize Automation 7.1 – Create Tenant & Configure Authentication (Part 2) Following on from the tenant & authentication post above, the following steps detail the creation of
vRealize Automation 7.1 – Installation (Part 1) Following on from the Install post above, the following steps detail the creation of a Tenant in vRA 7.1.
The following provides a step-by-step walkthrough for deploying an external PSC Appliance into a new site, while joining an existing SSO Domain, followed by the installation
Looks like there maybe a bug in the vRA 7.1 wizard deployment. I’m running vRA version 7.1 build 4270058 and Windows 2012 R2 build 9600.
This post will provide a step-by-step walk through installation of vRA 7.1, utilising the vRA wizard based install and configuration utility. This example focuses on
Disassociate Host From vCenter Server There maybe many reasons to perform such an action, but mine was due to not removing ESXi 6.0 hosts from
We encountered the following “Conflicting VIBs” blocker, while upgrading ESXi 5.5 hosts to 6.0: The Mellanox driver is required for infiniBand, as we do not
The following script allows the user to retrieve a listing of Network (ENIC) & Storage (FNIC) firmware drivers installed on Cisco UCS blades at a per vSphere cluster level. You may
Experiencing issues connecting to an ESXi host from vCenter Server? A good place to start your troubleshooting is by restarting the ESXi management agents. The
Based on the vSphere v6.0 platform the Enterprise Hybrid Cloud 3.5 solution has a host of new features, code upgrades and converged platforms support which result
You may encounter a scenario where a vCenter server is not part of a solution and SVMotion is not an option to migrate a VM
The following script allows the user to modify an MS Windows Guest VM IP and DNS configuration. You may download the ‘IP&DNS_Modification.ps1‘ script HERE (Remove
The VMware vSphere Host storage path limit as of vSphere 5.5 is 1024 and the maximum LUNs per host is 256. Maximum LUNS PER ESXi
See also: VMware PowerCLI – Adding VMFS Datastore’s After creating the required LUN’s on your storage array and mapped the LUN’s to your ESXi hosts
Thank you Cliff, Steve and Luc for helping me out with this task. After you have created the required LUN’s on your storage array and