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Hi everyone and welcome to this weeks newsletter. This week’s I would like to introduce you to a new TAM Service offering we have called the NSX TAM. This has been captured in this weeks featured blog posting.

 

Ensuring Success with VMware NSX TAM Services
By Curtis Miller

For networking, VMware NSX is a game-changer in the same way VMware vSphere was for data center servers. NSX virtualizes and consolidates legacy networking functionality back into a hypervisor. As a result, adding or changing network capabilities no longer requires the costly replacement of networking gear. It’s all software based—so upgrades are now just a right-click away.

 

The resulting cost savings are dramatic because network hardware is replaced far less often and used more efficiently. Deployment times and scalability improve substantially because networks can be created in minutes instead of weeks; and if demand falls, those resources can just as easily be reclaimed. Enhanced security via NSX’s micro-segmentation capabilities is another important benefit as well.

 

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I hope you have a very successful week everyone and I look forward to chatting to you all again next week.

 

Virtually Yours

 

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    KBTV Webinars – Journey to the Horizon (http://blogs.vmware.com/kb/?p=6428)This video is the first in a new series of free Webinars that we are releasing in which our Technical Support staff members present on various topics across a wide range of VMware’s product portfolio. The topic of this Webinar is Journey to the Horizon and it goes through several aspects of the Horizon View, […]

     

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    Top 20 Articles for February 2015 (http://blogs.vmware.com/kb/?p=6420)Here is our Top 20 KB list for February 2015. This list is ranked by the number of times a VMware Support Request was resolved by following the steps in a published Knowledge Base article. ESXi host cannot initiate vMotion or enable services and reports the error: Heap globalCartel-1 already at its maximum size. Cannot […]

     

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    Asymmetry (http://blogs.vmware.com/cto/?p=3319)Another week, another trip! :o)  One of things I truly love about my job is the opportunity to get out into the field and spend time with our customers, our partners, and our own field.  I get to spend some time talking about my favorite topic– disruption at the intersection of business and technology (more on this in a moment)– and I get to learn all about where our customers are on their technology journey, and the amazing, and sometimes unnatural, things that our customers do with our products. On…

     

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    VMware Announces its Membership in SAFECode (http://blogs.vmware.com/cto/?p=3314)By Iain Mulholland, VP R&D, CTA Team, VMware We are proud to announce our associate membership in the Software Assurance Forum for Excellence in Code (SAFECode) . The forum is exclusively dedicated to increasing trust in information and communications technology products and services through the advancement of effective software assurance methods. SAFECode is a global, industry-led effort to identify and promote best practices for developing and delivering more secure and reliable software and…

     

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    Top Posts from VMware Global Support Services (http://blogs.vmware.com/education/?p=5312)Each month, we’ll share the top VMware Global Support Services (GSS) news, alerts, and announcements from our sister blog VMware Support Insider. Read on to find out what you might have missed last month. “Ghost” Vulnerability Disclosed On January 27, a buffer overflow vulnerability in the glibc gethostbyname() function was identified and given the name […]

     

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    Carl Eschenbach on the Value of VMware Training (http://blogs.vmware.com/education/?p=5299)Technology continues to evolve to meet the needs of a hybrid cloud world. This is creating unprecedented opportunity for organizations – and creating a strong demand for trained IT professionals. Training from VMware Education Services enables you and your team to take advantage of the benefits of game-changing technology such as VMware NSX and VMware Virtual […]

     

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    Save 50% off VCP-NV Certification Exam (http://blogs.vmware.com/education/?p=5329)The future of networking is virtual. Keep your skills relevant and future-proof your career by earning your VMware Certified Professional – Network Virtualization (VCP-NV) certification for half price through June 30. Whether you are earning your first VMware certification or seeking recertification this is a terrific opportunity to discover cutting-edge NSX technology and save on […]

     

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    VCDX Workshop Online Webinar (http://blogs.vmware.com/education/?p=5283)Last week I announced the first online VCDX Workshop for 2015 would be held on Friday, March 13th, 2015.  Yes, I picked that date on purpose….I just wanted to see what might happen. I wanted to take a minute just to set expectations for this versus the live, in-person sessions. I wanted to also thank […]

     

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    Exam Retirement Announcement (http://blogs.vmware.com/education/?p=5289)Effective March 2, 2015 the following certification exams will be retired and no new registrations accepted: VCID510 – VMware Certified Advanced Professional 5 – Cloud Infrastructure Design VCIA510 – VMware Certified Advanced Professional 5 – Cloud Infrastructure Administration VDTA510 – VMware Certified Advanced Professional 5 – Desktop Administration VDTD510 – VMware Certified Advanced Professional 5 – […]

     

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    vCenter Server 6.0 Deployment Guide (http://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/?p=16501)Over the course of the last few months I’ve been working on a pretty massive deployment guide for vCenter Server 6, the result turned into a 100 page guide. Before getting scared off by the size the guide it goes into details for installing and upgrading many different scenarios including new installs and upgrades from […]

     

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    vSphere Replication 6.0 Compression (http://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/?p=16477)VMware recently introduced vSphere version 6.0. One of the features of vSphere 6.0 is vSphere Replication 6.0, which is included in the Essentials Plus Kit and higher editions of vSphere. The reason I mention that explicitly is there are still many VMware customers and partners that do not realize they have access to a mature, […]

     

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    Ensuring Success with VMware NSX TAM Services (http://blogs.vmware.com/tam/?p=2002)By Curtis Miller For networking, VMware NSX is a game-changer in the same way VMware vSphere was for data center servers. NSX virtualizes and consolidates legacy networking functionality back into a hypervisor. As a result, adding or changing network capabilities no longer requires the costly replacement of networking gear. It’s all software based—so upgrades are […]

     

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    VMware Announces its Membership in SAFECode (http://blogs.vmware.com/security/?p=1322)VMware is proud to announce it’s associate membership in the Software Assurance Forum for Excellence in Code (SAFECode). The forum is exclusively dedicated to increasing trust in information and communications technology products and services through the advancement of effective software assurance methods. SAFECode is a global, industry-led effort to identify and promote best practices for […]

     

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    Capturing vCloud Air Edge Gateway Data with Syslog (http://blogs.vmware.com/vcloud/?p=4954)A key element of designing a secure hybrid cloud is getting visibility into the network traffic of your cloud-based applications. VMware vCloud® Air™ supports the ability for customers to collect information about traffic coming to and from their edge gateway through the use of a syslog server. Powered by VMware network virtualization, the edge gateway provides […]

     

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    Introduction to vRealize Code Stream Video (http://blogs.vmware.com/management/?p=6181)by Rich Bourdeau In recent years, in order to improved application delivery, many companies have implemented agile development processes with continuous integration and smaller more frequent releases.  While developers are getting faster at turning out code, getting that code through all the different stages from development and into production remains a huge challenge for most […]

     


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    VMware App Volumes – What About Performance? (http://blogs.vmware.com/euc/?p=7266)By Tristan Todd, End-User Computing Architect, VMware With significant contributions from Fred Schimscheimer, Staff Engineer in the Office of the CTO, VMware, and Stephane Asselin, Architect on the End-User-Computing Technical Enablement Team, VMware In a previous blog post, VMware App Volumes Deployment Guide Is Now Available, I discussed how easy it is to deploy App Volumes. Today, […]

     

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    Partner Exchange 2015 Highlights (http://blogs.vmware.com/partnernews/?p=1641)Over 4,000 VMware partners, from over 80 countries around the globe, gathered together and Dared to Thrive in this ever growing and evolving high tech industry. Day one of Partner Exchange opened with a General Session keynote led by Pat Gelsinger, Carl Eschenbach, Bill Fathers, Raghu Raghuram, and Sanjay Poonen. They highlighted the importance of […]

     

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    Post Partner Exchange 2015 Wrap-Up (http://blogs.vmware.com/partner/?p=2400)Partner Exchange 2015 has come and gone, but not without making it the most successful partner event to date. We hope you enjoyed the increased high-touch opportunities, enabling you to interact with VMware executives, and the tailored content necessary to accelerate your business. With unique Hands-on Labs, Boot Camps, 170+ Breakout Sessions, General Sessions and […]

     


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    New Year: New Product Page: New Guides (http://www.mikelaverick.com/?p=5995)Well, it’s March the 4th I’m not sure whether it still counts as the “new” year – are we properly into the year its lost its new-ness? Anyway, the new March has ushered in a new product landing page for EVO:RAIL. It’s been redesigned by our new PMM (that’s Product Marketing Manager for those who […]

     

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    Vote! Vote! Vote! Top vBlog 2015 (http://www.mikelaverick.com/?p=5965)Here’s a quick little post to remind you to vote for you top bloggers for 2015 – and of course, I’m hoping I will make the cut again this year. This years Top vBlog is sponsored by Infinio – and voting opened today and will be open until the end for Feb. The Top vBlog […]

     

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    Join Me at Interop in Las Vegas 2015 (http://wahlnetwork.com/?p=12845)Don't miss out on my snazzy Interop sessions on virtual disaster recovery and hyperconverged infrastructure - plus a 25% registration discount code! The post Join Me at Interop in Las Vegas 2015 appeared first on Wahl Network . Related posts: Wahl Network at VMworld: Sessions, Books, and Charity SpiceWorld Session and Discount Code Advance Your Tech Career with Advice from IT Pros Installing vCenter SSO 5.5 in a vCenter 5.1 Environment VMware Embraces NFS 4.1, Supports Multipathing and Kerberos…

     

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    New Pluralsight Course – Upgrading Your vSphere Environment (http://wahlnetwork.com/?p=12606)Learn how a solid planning process can make upgrading your vSphere environment a snap with my latest Pluralsight course, available now! The post New Pluralsight Course – Upgrading Your vSphere Environment appeared first on Wahl Network . Related posts: Installing vCenter SSO 5.5 in a vCenter 5.1 Environment vSphere 4.x Approaching End of General Support Upgrading The Home Lab to Synology’s Latest DSM 5.0 Final CCNA DC Course is Now Live on Pluralsight Thoughts, Rants, and Suggestions on vSphere…

     

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    vSphere HA respecting VM-Host should rules? (http://www.yellow-bricks.com/?p=15985)Advertise here with BSA A long time ago I authored this white paper around stretched clusters. During out testing the one thing where we felt HA was lacking was the fact that it would not respect VM-Host should rules. So if you had these configured in a cluster and a host would fail then VMs could be restarted on […] " vSphere HA respecting VM-Host should rules? " originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB. Pre-order my upcoming book Essential Virtual SAN via…

     

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    Vote for the 2015 Top vBloggers now! (http://www.yellow-bricks.com/?p=15976)Advertise here with BSA Eric Siebert just opened up the voting for his “Top vBlog” again. Last year over 1400 people voted, and I am hoping that we will see an increase this year. I just went through the motion myself, and it only takes about 2 minutes. You select your 10 favourite blogs and put them in the right order, […] " Vote for the 2015 Top vBloggers now! " originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB. Pre-order my upcoming book Essential Virtual SAN…

     

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    What happens at which vSphere memory state? (http://www.yellow-bricks.com/?p=15963)Advertise here with BSA I’ve received a bunch of questions from people around what happens at each vSphere memory state after writing the article around breaking up large pages and introducing a new memory state in vSphere 6.0. Note, that the below is about vSphere 6.0 only, the “Clear” memory state does not exist before  6.0. Also, note that there […] " What happens at which vSphere memory state? " originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB. Pre-order…

     


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    Voting now open for the 2015 top VMware & virtualization blogs (http://vsphere-land.com/?p=5489)The number of blogs devoted to VMware and virtualization continues to grow, this year there are more than 400 of them on the ballot. Here’s your chance to show your appreciation to the bloggers for all their hard work by picking your favorites which will determine the top blogs for 2015. Last year over 1,400 people … Continue reading » [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

     

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    Last chance before Top vBlog begins – don’t miss out (http://vsphere-land.com/?p=5483)  The vLaunchpad is all up to date with additions and changes so if you are not listed on there right now you won’t be part of the voting so make sure you go look. Note I did add a few late additions to the bottom of the Virtualization Blogs column that are out of … Continue reading » [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

     

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    Top Blogger Voting in Full Swing! (http://www.derekseaman.com/?p=2621)Advertise here with BSA Each year Eric Siebert over at vSphere-land.com spends an enormous amount of time setting up the top blogger voting. This recognizes the very hard work that the top bloggers do, and the support they give to the community. Recognition is always fun, but shouldn’t be the primary purpose to blog. So this year you, again, […] The post Top Blogger Voting in Full Swing! appeared first on Derek Seaman's Blog .                     Related Stories VMTurbo Win a Home Lab…

     

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    Top vBlog 2015 voting is now open (http://vcdx56.com/?p=5279)As usual, Eric Siebert, has made an awesome job putting together the annual top vBlog voting for the best virtualization blogs and i just wanted to let you know that the 2015 voting is now open unless you haven’t seen that already. There are more than 400 blog to select from so you got plenty of … Continue reading »

     

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    VMware vSphere Update Manager service fails (http://vcdx56.com/?p=4930)So a few days back i had some problem with the VMware Windows based vSphere Update Manager (VUM) Server that didn’t start after rebooting the virtual machine (VM) where the service runs. All other VMware related services running on the VM started without any problem. vCenter Server (and VUM) version running was 5.5.U1b was running … Continue reading »

     

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    Initialize the remote vCenter Orchestrator database (http://vcdx56.com/?p=4944)It doesn’t happen every day but once in a while you can immediately answer a question when being called by a customer and yesterday was my lucky day:) The only requirement i had before answering the question was to get two print screens so i could put together this really short blog post. Here we go. Customer … Continue reading »

     

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    Horizon View and smart card login (http://vcdx56.com/?p=5268)This is a guest blog post created by my former colleague Toni Lindberg who now works for Cygate in Stockholm, Sweden. Installing VMware Horizon View out of the box is not difficult. However, integrating the Horizon View solution with smart card to increase the security can sometimes cause problems. This blog post consists of a … Continue reading »

     

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    Snapshots & Polaroids: Neither Lasts Forever (http://datacenterdude.com/?p=2398)Snapshots aren't really a concept that is unique to NetApp, but they do have a unique approach that's different from the typical copy-on-write style. Oh, and well, we do also hold the registered trademark on the name. Lots of other vendors use their own version of Snapshots - Microsoft, VMware, CommVault, to name a few. NetApp Snapshots are fast to generate and restore from. They don't hurt system performance, and they don't eat up a lot of space. Allow me to explain...

     

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    Book review: VMware vRealize Operations Performance and Capacity Management (http://vinfrastructure.it/?p=15674)As you probably know, VMware vRealize Operations is a suite of products that automates operations management using patented analytics and an integrated approach to performance, capacity, and configuration management. This suite derive from the VCOPS (vCenter Operations Mananagement) core and has been recently rebranded in the new vRealize suite name. The new v6 of this suite bring not only a new name, but also a lot of changes and improvements and a good book that cover this aspect are more than welcome.…

     

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    Voting for the 2015 top VMware & virtualization blogs (http://vinfrastructure.it/?p=15519)Eric Siebert (from Sphere-Land.com) has open again (see the related post of previous year), a contest for voting the ‘Top VMware & Virtualization Blogs’. This contest is becoming a recurring and estemeed in the VMware & virtualization world (see also the history of the top blog voting over the years). Last year over 1400 people voted from 60 different countries, with over 320 blogs dedicated to VMware and Virtualization – this is definitely an impressive number which is a real indication…

     

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    VMware vSphere 6 – Availability (http://vinfrastructure.it/?p=15013)With the new VMware vSphere 6.0 there are several improvement in the availability related features. Although the vSphere HA apparently has not changed so much (of course now support a bigger cluster with 64 nodes), there several aspects that have been improved or changed: New MSCS capabilities New vSphere VM Component Protection (VMCP) Network partition manament New VMware FT-SMP For more information see also: What’s new for HA in vSphere 6.0? vSphere 6 Availability Enhancements MSCS capabilities…

     

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    VMware vExpert 2015 benefits (http://vinfrastructure.it/?p=15230)The primary reason for becoming vExpert certainly should not be related to any possible benefits of the program. And once confirmed (for me is the sixth year in a row) you have to think more about what you can give rather to what is to be expected. But I’d be a hypocrite to deny that there are also practical advantages in being a vExpert! Officially, VMware, according with the vExpert FAQ, say that the biggest benefit of the award is the public recognition as a VMware vExpert Award winner. But benefits…

     

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    E2EVC 2015 Berlin (http://vinfrastructure.it/?p=14174)After the E2EVC 2014 Brussels and E2EVC 2014 Barcelona events, the next European E2EVC event (and the first one for 2015 year) will be in Berlin: The next Spring E2EVC Virtualization Conference in Europe in summer 2015 will take place in Novotel Berlin Mitte Hotel, Fischerinsel 12, 10179, Berlin, Germany. E2EVC Virtualization Conference is an independent, non-commercial, virtualization community event build from experts to experts. Started in 2003 with just 4 people and after 23 very successful events grown…

     

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    June VCDX Defense Contingency Plan For Desktop and Cloud (http://www.chriscolotti.us/?p=4629)A couple days ago as many people know VMware Education announced the immediate retirement of certain VCAP exams for desktop and cloud.  The announcement retired the following exams: VCID510 – VMware Certified Advanced Professional 5 – Cloud Infrastructure Design VCIA510 – VMware Certified Advanced Professional 5 – Cloud Infrastructure Administration VDTA510 – VMware Certified Advanced ... The post June VCDX Defense Contingency Plan For Desktop and Cloud appeared first on Chris Colotti's Blog…

     

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KB ARTICLES

 

VMware ESX
Understanding the differences between snapshots and delta files, snapshot deletion and consolidation (2078993)
Date Published: 9/12/2014
HA slot size calculation becomes distorted when using VMware strict admission control and reports the error: Insufficient Resources for HA failover (2015564)
Date Published: 9/10/2014
VMware ESXi
Generated Core dump file gets deleted after experiencing the purple diagnostic screen on the ESXi host after 11 days (2089410)
Date Published: 9/12/2014
VMware ESXi 5.5 Complete Update 2 (2079725)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Updates ESXi 5.5 sata-ata-piix vib (2084600)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Concurrent virtual machine migrations using XvMotion fail with the error: A General System Error occurred (2088561)
Date Published: 9/8/2014
Applying the Host Profile settings on an ESXi host using vSphere Auto Deploy fails with the error: Host Profile execution failed: ‘Balanced’ CPU policy not supported by system (2088461)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
VMware ESXi 5.1.x host fails with a purple diagnostic screen and reports the error: PANIC bora/vmkernel/main/dlmalloc.c:4827 – Usage error in dlmalloc – TcpipAllocPort (2088300)
Date Published: 9/8/2014
Updates ESXi 5.5 esx-base vib (2079726)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Updates ESXi 5.5 tools-light vib (2079727)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Updates ESXi 5.5 net-tg3 vib (2079728)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Updates ESXi 5.5 sata-ahci vib (2079729)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Updates ESXi 5.5 scsi-megaraid-sas vib (2079730)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Updates ESXi 5.5 esx-base vib (2079731)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Updates ESXi 5.5 Image Profile-Standard (2079732)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Updates ESXi 5.5 Image Profile-no-tools (2079735)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Updates ESXi 5.5 Image Profile-Standard (2079736)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Updates ESXi 5.5 Image Profile-no-tools (2079737)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Updates ESXi 5.5 misc-drivers vib (2081032)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Known limitations of the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 v3 series with ESXi 5.1.x and ESXi 5.5 Update 2 (2087032)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
After a purple diagnostic screen failure, ESXi host reports the warning: No coredump target has been configured. Host core dumps cannot be saved. (2088669)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
VMware Horizon View
VMware Horizon View trending issues by product version (2089340)
Date Published: 9/12/2014
The “Use native NFS snapshots (VAAI)” option is not available when you rebalance View virtual machines to an NFS datastore in vSphere 5.1 or later (2088995)
Date Published: 9/10/2014
After upgrading Horizon Client for Windows, cannot launch the client unless I run it as an administrator (2084817)
Date Published: 9/12/2014
VMware ThinApp
Virtual Internet Explorer does not redirect to the native browser for URLs that not in ThinDirect.txt. (2087898)
Date Published: 9/10/2014
Virtual version of Citrix v11.150 client launches the native Citrix Receiver instead of the virtual Citrix client. (2087931)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
VMware vCenter Operations Manager (vApp)
Definitions of Total Disk Space Configured and the Disk Space Total Used metrics in the Virtual Machine List report (2080111)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
VMware vCenter Orchestrator
VMware vCenter Orchestrator 5.x (vCO) High Availability (2079967)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
VMware vCenter Server
Managing vCenter Server Database Space Requirements (2078305)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Unable to create virtual machine on a host when vCenter Server is installed with Oracle 12c database (2079443)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Tagging the Stateless Caching Disk using Autodeploy displays an inaccurate Is Local: value (2088239)
Date Published: 9/11/2014
Executing long running custom VMware tools scripts for power off or suspend tasks fail with the error: A general system error occurred: Invalid Fault (2088472)
Date Published: 9/10/2014
VMware vCenter Server 5.5 – VIMPatch-5.5.0-2105955-20140901 (2077090)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager
Configuring CA signed certificates for VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager (2085644)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Operational Limits for Site Recovery Manager 5.8 (2081158)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Network Ports for Site Recovery Manager 5.8 (2081159)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Operational Limits of Site Recovery Manager 5.8 in a Shared Recovery Site (N:1) Configuration (2081866)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
VMware vCloud Automation Center
Cannot find VMware vSphere virtual machines by unique identifier using the vCenter Orchestrator Plug-in for VMware vCloud Automation Center 6.1 or directly in vSphere API (2088838)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Installing vCloud Automation Center 6.1 (2088128)
Date Published: 9/11/2014
Migrating to vCloud Automation Center 6.1 from 5.2.x (2088136)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Upgrading to VMware vCloud Automation Center (vCAC) 6.1 from 6.0 (2088132)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
The VMware vCloud Automation Center (vCAC) Windows Guest Agent fails to process assigned jobs and the gugent-axis.log file reports the error: Client certificate chain file not specified (2068820)
Date Published: 9/12/2014
vCloud Automation Center Release 6.1 Hotfix for NSX (2088172)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
VMware vCloud Connector
Copying the VMX10 virtual machine using the vCloud Connector fails with the error: Invalid configuration for device deviceID (2079424)
Date Published: 9/8/2014
VMware vCloud Director
When uploading files to ESXi hosts, VMware vCloud Director reports the error: A specified parameter was not correct (2078709)
Date Published: 9/11/2014
VMware vCloud Hybrid Service
Checking VMware Virtual Data Center (vDC) memory overhead in VMware vCloud Hybrid Service (2064099)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
VMware View
Connecting all USB devices to the VMware Horizon View desktop on launch (2088705)
Date Published: 9/12/2014
VMware vSphere Data Protection
Cancelling a job using the command line interface in vSphere Data Protection (VDP) (2088473)
Date Published: 9/10/2014
VMware vSphere Replication
Retrieving the Connection Details Required for Configuring Replications to Cloud (2083867)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Resetting the MAC Address of a Virtual Machine that is Replicated to Cloud (2086292)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Port Numbers that must be open for vSphere Replication 5.8 (2087769)
Date Published: 9/9/2014
Operational Limits for vSphere Replication 5.8 (2087771)
Date Published: 9/9/2014