Reset vCenter SSO Administrator Password vSphere 6.5

Reset vCenter SSO Administrator Password vSphere 6.5 By default, the vCenter Single Sign-On password expires every 90 days. To prevent unexpected expiration, the vSphere Client issues a warning when the password is about to expire; however, if you find yourself in a situation where you cannot recall the password or the password has expired, it can be reset. The reset process is performed from an SSH session to vCenter. Reset SSO Administrator Password To begin, SSH to the vCenter Server A...
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VMware Fault Tolerance (FT)

VMware Fault Tolerance (FT) Awesome!  So you’ve got your brand new shiny VMware cluster all setup with HA and think, “Man, I’m in great shape now.  Downtime is a thing of the past!”. Well, not so fast!  VMware High Availability just means that if a physical host fails, the virtual machines can reboot on another host which LIMITS your downtime.  What if your machines are so critical that you can’t have this reboot time in the case of a host failure?  The answer might be VMware Fault T...
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How to Install VMware Tools on Fedora 14

How to Install VMware Tools on Fedora 14 After publishing a post with VirtualBox, I wanted to install latest Linux OS on VMware workstation or player. Installation is very easy and simple. You can refer earlier post. The problem is VMware tools installation.  Latest VMware products support only up to Fedora 13. This post shows how to install VMware tools on Fedora 14 to get better performance and increase screen resolution size. Unfortunately ‘easy install’ did not detect the correct OS vers...
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