Stale PSC entry in your vSphere environment

Resolving stale PSC entries from your vSphere environment

When decommissioning and modifying SSO domains, you sometimes forget to follow the correct procedure and end-up with stale PSC entries in your vSphere environment. In this blog, we will take a look at how to identify and resolve these stale entries. NOTE This guide is not a quick solution, be aware of the commands we are running can have a […]

LACP on vSphere

LACP Configuration with VMware ESXi – Part 2 (Switch config & Troubleshooting tools)

This is part 2 of “Configuring LACP on VMware ESXi”, If you did not yet read part 1, we highly suggest doing so. In the previous post, we made a step by step approach on how to configure the LAG on VMware vCenter. In this blog, we will be continue our configuration on the physical switch and show validation and […]

LACP on vSphere

LACP configuration with VMware ESXi – Part 1 (vCenter config)

While LACP on VMware ESXi has been around for a while, I noticed that many of our customers do not like to implement this feature in their environment. Reasons vary between, complexity, incorrect understanding on the ‘added value’ and many more. Because of these reasons, I had a discussion on this topic with my colleague and co-blogger Jens. As a […]

Replacing VMCA Self Signed certificate with a Windows Signed certificate

While many companies advise to ‘simply ignore’an invalid certificate warning on internal sites, this will encourage incorrect public browser behavior. As a result, employee’s will more likely ignore browser warnings on public sites as well, which can end in exposing the company vulnerable to malware and other exploits. The correct use of an SSL certificate signed by a trusted certificate […]