• Open IT Forum: Which company’s virtualization strategy do you believe in more for the long term?

    In this week's YouTube IT video of the week, outgoing VMware CEO Paul Maritz discusses how his company's virtualization products compare to Microsoft's Hyper-V. Which company's virtualization strategy do you believe in more for the long term?

    Michael Tidmarsh29,365 pointsBadges:
  • Consolidating Vsphere Snapshots

    Is there a way of automating consolidating Vsphere snapshots. We have a task to generate them and want to consolidate them once a week.

    MasterJohn5 pointsBadges:
  • Open IT Forum: What’s your experience with VMware View?

    What's your experience with VMware View? Check out last year's VMworld presentation on best practices for use of VMware's VDI product.

    Michael Tidmarsh29,365 pointsBadges:
  • Desktop Virtualization without Active Directory

    We want to virtualize approx. 30 walkup webbrowsers.  Our backend is Linux and we do not use Active Directory.  Is Terminal Services the best way to go or do you suggest something else.

    jewels30 pointsBadges:
  • Open IT Forum: What are you most looking forward to at VMworld 2012?

    With VMworld fast approaching, rumors have been swirling about possible announcements of vSphere 5.1 and Project Zephyr. What are you most looking forward to at the show?

    Michael Tidmarsh29,365 pointsBadges:
  • ESX on USB Key

    I just purchased a new HS22 blade with an IBM USB Key with ESX5. Pros/cons of running ESX directly on the USB key vs the SSD in the blade ?

    graybeard523,115 pointsBadges:
  • Hyper-V can\’t work external network

    I setup my Hyper-V under Windows 2008 R2 Standard. But i can´t access internet (network) in virtualized machines. First. I setup the hyper-v using this manual http://www.howtogeek.com/103884/install-hyper-v-on-windows-server-2008-r2/ The first doubt its on step \"Create Virtual Networks\", my...

    ens1z10 pointsBadges:
  • How much network bandwidth is needed for a virtual data center?

    1 GbE seems too little, 10 GbE costs too much. What's the right number? Anyone have experiences to share?

    Ben Rubenstein5,655 pointsBadges:
  • ESXi on VMware workstation

    HI everyone!! I have installed ESXi on VMWare WORKSTATION 8 but i m not able to install VMs on ESX .Has anyone faced this sort of problem ?

    ninjas180 pointsBadges:
  • How much would you pay for Google Fiber?

    It seems like most people I talk to about Google Fiber (the internet service launched in Kansas City last week) want it as soon as possible. Right now Google is offering it for cheap ($70/month for the superfast Gigabit version, and just a one-time $300 fee for regular internet, with no monthly...

    Ben Rubenstein5,655 pointsBadges:
  • VHD on Windows 7

    How do I open a VHD on Windows 7?

    geaneyke5 pointsBadges:
  • Backing up user data in image VDI environments

    What's the easiest way to identify and backup user data spread across user disk images? Any tips on VDI backup best practices would be greatly appreciated.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Lotus Notes Web Application on IE9

    We have lotus notes web applications working on IE 7.But when the same is opened in IE9 the application's look & feel is completely lost...im totally bugged...pls help me..

    swetha1305 pointsBadges:
  • New member contest: ASK, Answer and Win a $50 Amazon gift card

    As 2008 winds to a close, IT Knowledge Exchange has one more fun contest to end the year. From today until December 23rd, you can enter to win one of ten $50 (US) Amazon.com gift cards. There are two things, however, that you must do in order to enter: 1. Ask 2 questions 2. Answer 2 questions...

    ITKE344,775 pointsBadges:
  • What hypervisor do you use and why?

    Do you use VMware, Hyper-V, or another hypervisor (e.g. Citrix XenServer)? What factors are most important to you when choosing one over the other (or multiple)?

    Ben Rubenstein5,655 pointsBadges:
  • How to remove a LUNs from ESX in one cluster where the same lun is attached with other cluster too.

    How to remove a LUNs from ESXi 4.1 in one cluster where the same lun is attached with other cluster too? When I removed the datastore from one cluster it give me the option to delete only and when I go ahead it get delete from all other cluters too.Please help to removal of LUNs and I need to...

    APAL5 pointsBadges:
  • Soon you can redeem knowledge points for Amazon.com gift cards

    Yes we are coming up knowledge points and will be announcing the ability to redeem all the points you have earned thru december this year for amazon.com gift cards. Next week we will be sending out an email with all the details but it should be fun to see who ends up asking and answering to beef up...

    ITKE344,775 pointsBadges:
  • VMware on diskless workstation

    Can anyone tell me if it is possible run a VM workstation instance on a computer with no HD?

    T2turner5 pointsBadges:
  • Simplifying desktop virtualization web cast (Sponsored)

    Do you want to learn how to reduce the complexity and the cost of your desktop transition? Join us on June 12th at 12:30pm as Dell and Citrix experts will show you key tips and technologies that will simplify and accelerate your desktop virtualization deployment. Register today!

    Michael Tidmarsh29,365 pointsBadges:
  • Adding HP SAN P4000G2 to an existing cluster????

    I appologize in advance for my newb terminology but I have no experince in this at all. I have an environment running on vmware esxi 4.1 and HP lefthand san p4000 g2. currently their san is set RAID5 with one LUN and two datastores but they are running out of space and getting some major DISK IO...

    Hassan78875 pointsBadges:

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