Some days ago I was doing a vSphere implementation with a colleague of mine. He is a NetApp specialist and he was involved in the storage deployment process. As many of you know the first thing to do is the firmware update. One of the way to update the
Integrated Lights-Out, or iLO, is a proprietary embedded server management technology by Hewlett-Packard which provides out-of-band management facilities. The physical connection is an Ethernet port that can be found on most Proliant servers of the 300 and above series. Ref. Wikipedia With the iLO you can
Some days ago I upgraded a vSphere 4.0 customer infrastructure to vSphere 5.1. Everything went smoothly. After a few days, the customer called me complaining that he could no longer do the copy paste from her pc. Starting with vSphere 4.1, the Copy and Paste options are, by default, disabled due to security concerns.