Now that PowerCLI is part of the PowerShell Gallery, you can install it using the native module installer…but there’s a catch. Windows Server 2012 R2 requires a couple of minor updates to get this process underway. You’ll know really quickly if you open up your PowerShell terminal or PowerShell ISE (as Administrator) and try the
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More and more of the Microsoft ecosystem is making its way into open source platforms. One of the very interesting products coming from the Microsoft camp lately is the PowerShell Core platform which is now ported to run on multiple underlying operating system environments. I covered the process to install the Mac OSX version which
There is a pretty general plan that a successful startup will follow: Do something original Make it amazing Keep it amazing as you grow Add more features by listening to your customers to make it more amazing Repeat If you don’t already know about Nutanix, you need to get up to speed on what they
As a lover of all things PowerShell, I’m constantly doing queries and tasks against large pools of computer objects from my Active Directory network. One of the continuing challenges I run into is machines which are registered computer objects domain, but not online. It’s not a problem that they aren’t online in general, but the
I’m all about running PowerCLI to replace GUI management. Every once in a while there is a requirement to access the ESXCLI on my vSphere hosts, and this is a classic task that is a multi-click process and if you’re using the old 4.x or 5.0/5.1 web client, you may find the process very tedious.
For customers of Double-Take Availability by Vision Solutions, you have enjoyed lots of features and functionality which have personally saved my bacon in DR situations over the years. In Q1 of 2013 I was given a road-map presentation for the new Double-Take 7.0 product line with more optimization and a bunch of new features. With