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Preparing for VMware vCenter Database Disaster – Part Two: Export Host information via PowerCLI

Hopefully you’ve all read Part One of this series, where I provide examples of gathering information from vCenter mainly for VM’s in order to recreate your environment from scratch, just in case you have a major vCenter database corruption or the like. If you have, sorry part two has taken so long! Part Two will …

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Hiding VMware Tools from the user on a virtualised Terminal Services/Citrix XenApp Server

I came across this one earlier today, and I must say, I was surprised that this option is available to users without administrative rights to vCenter/ESX or the Virtual Machine… but it would appear that the VMTools application that appears by default in the notification area for any user logged onto the virtual machine allows ANY …

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