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    Any VMware ESX Server service console partitioning scheme needs to be tailored to organizations' specific needs, but the scheme outlined here's a good starting point.

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  • VMware HA implementation and ESX/ESXi host addition

    Implementing VMware HA, which offers automatic failover for virtual machines, requires you to ensure the DNS server is configured and to add ESX/EXSi hosts to a VMware HA cluster.

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  • Resolving VMware ESX problems without pulling the plug

    Instead of being driven to desperation and being forced to press Restart, you can learn resolve VMware ESX problems quickly.

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  • Physical network design options for VMware Infrastructure 3 environments

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  • Why users say ‘nay’ to the big ESX-ESXi switch

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  • Upgrading hosts from ESX to ESXi in eight steps

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