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

    It's no secret that VMware favors ESXi for the future. But from an administrator's standpoint, that switch would involve more pain than pleasure – at least in ESXi's current form.

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  • Upgrading hosts from ESX to ESXi in eight steps

    The upgrade from ESX to ESXi hosts can be difficult; no current tools convert hosts for you and you can't preserve manual configurations. But there are ways to ease the process.

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  • Starting out with VMware vSphere Hypervisor 5.1

    VMware vSphere Hypervisor 5.1 is a free way to start out with virtualization. Installation comprises two elements: ESXi and the vSphere Client.

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  • Network time synchronization for VMware ESXi: Timing is everything

    Time is money, and in your VMware infrastructure, network time synchronization ensures that your ESXi hosts are timed to work correctly with other hosts and services.

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  • Loading ESXi Installable on a USB drive: The requirements

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  • Will you use Zerto Cloud Fabric to replicate backups between Hyper-V and ESXi hypervisors?

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  • VMware pros boot ESXi off USB flash drives

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  • Configuring the ESXi firewall in VMware vSphere 5

    The ESXi 5 hypervisor has a new firewall, similar to the ESX firewall of yore. You can configure it through the vSphere Client or command line, depending on your preference.

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  • ESXi Shell

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