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Grab some free VMware badges while you can!

There is no better way to show your skills than to display VMware badges. Usually, you have rewarded with a badge after passing an exam….

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Get your free VMware Workstation! – VMware Workstation Public Tech Preview 22H2

To write this tech review prompted me a conversation on my FB group, where user were asking if Windows 11 will work with VMware Workstation…

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vSphere ESXi 7.x will be the final release supporting Apple Mac platforms.

Yesterday (3rd of August 2022) VMware released this Knowledge base article to inform the community that vSphere ESXi 7.x will be the final release supporting…

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Check TLS versions used on a VMware vCenter Virtual Appliance

My security team asked me if vCenter Virtual Server Appliance is using TLS and if so, what would be the version of TLS. I answered…

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Goodbye VMworld. Welcome, VMware Explore!

The first time I saw the headline there will no longer be a VMworld event, I was surprised and a bit sad, but then I…

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DNS over HTTPS in Unbound – Extra step for a home lab

It looks like I need to add some extra steps to get my new DNS in Unbound works with HTTPS. Let me show you how…

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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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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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