Author: Piotr Tarnawski

Welcome to my blog! My name is Piotr Tarnawski and I am an experienced System Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology industry. Skilled in Linux, Windows, Virtualization (VMware), DNS, and Active Directory. I work for Salesforce however content is my own and does not represent Salesforce as a company Contact: Twitter @AngrySysOps Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AngrySysOps Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngryAdmin
Posted in Virtualization

Build a home lab using your local PC – Part 3 – Setting up a DNS Server with PhotonOS

In my concept for the home lab, I was going to install Windows VM and run DNS from there. However, I got an idea from…

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Build a home lab using your local PC – Part 2 – Setting up ESXi, vMotion, and storage.

In the previous article, you could read how to install an ESXi server on your local PC using VMware Workstation. After successful installation to simulate…

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Build a home lab using your local PC – Part 1 – Installing ESXi servers on local PC

After sourcing the parts and physically building the server, the time has come to build my home lab. I prepared a step-by-step video: Preparation: IP…

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Posted in ESXi

How to update firmware remotely using the Integrated Dell Remote Access Controller (iDRAC) web interface

Lately I receive a quite few questions about how to update iDrac. Hence I decide to make this article. This article will show you how…

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Posted in Virtualization

Building home lab – concept

Requirements and Recommendations minimum: A computer must have a compatible x86-64 CPU 4 cores CPU 32 GB of RAM NOTE: It is possible to run…

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Building the server for home lab

The time has come for building the server. All the parts have been sourced thanks to coinne.enterprise@gmail.com. If you are looking for a good computer parts but…

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Posted in Just4Fun

Add new thermal paste, it will be OK! :P

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Posted in vCenter

Refresh a vCenter Server STS Certificate Using the vSphere Client

Today my vCenter Server warned my that my STS Signing Certificates are about to expire. Which is good as if STS certificate expire then access…

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May the Force be with you! ;)

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Posted in API

vROps API, first steps, what to do, what to use?

Today I will show you step by step how to setup Postman to connect to your vROps. Documentation about vROps API can be found at:…

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