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    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...

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  • 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)?

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • VMware on diskless workstation

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

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  • 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!

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  • 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...

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  • vmware

    How do I connect internet via vmware? I checked adapter setting to NAT but it does not work. Thanks

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  • Is server/application virtualization a solution here?

    The current architecture contains Sun servers with a 3DC (active, DR, replicate & backup) framework. Few applications hosted on main data center (say DC1) need to be virtualized and other DCs (say DC2 and DC3) also need to participate in server virtualization and use their resources for live...

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  • Virtual printing in landscape

    Trying to print a report that's 132 columns long on a virtual printer. Report prints in portrait but will not auto change to landscape. Is that a printer cfg option or how would I do that?

    Rbehm5 pointsBadges:
  • makefile debug section question

    how can add debugging information in debug version of executable in a makefile? while debugging a exe in debug directory (gdb dexe),it gives error as " no debugging symbol loaded" plz tell me solution for this.

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  • How will you use virtualization for data center networking this year? (Sponsored)

    How much do you plan to leverage virtualization for data center networking in 2012? Significantly, somewhat or not at all?

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  • Free IT Book: Demystifying the Virtual Desktop

    Interested in desktop virtualization? This week's free IT book is just what you need. Michael Fox's Demystifying the Virtual Desktop Starting with Desktop Virtualization is a quick read that breaks down the business and technical complexities of virtual desktops. Simply answer one of five questions...

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  • How do I manage my virtualized servers?

    How do I manage my virtualized servers? This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Chat on ITKnowledgeExchange.com

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  • uninstall program

    I downloaded a free version of Pc Performer from PerformerSoft.LLC. As a pensioner I do not want to purchase the full program. Its not for me. I have tried to uninstall theough Control Panel. (I know how to do this) I get this error message. C:ProgramFilesPC Performerinins.ooo.msg I have emaild the...

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  • Open IT Forum: What is the most important component of a virtualization strategy?

    Whether you're deploying a virtualization strategy or it's only a minor blip on your radar, what would you say is the most important component of a virtualization strategy? Share your thoughts and experiences, and we'll share 50 knowledge points!

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  • How to run virtual machine in MacBook created in external harddisk from PC running Windows XP Home?

    I wanted to transfer my Windows XP Home applications and setup to my MacBook running on Leopard OS. After using the free VMware Converter on my PC to create a virtual machine (VM) in an external harddisk and copying it to my MacBook, I realised something else is needed to run it. Do I need to buy...

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  • Citrix Server is not accepting connection

    Hi, One of the client is geting "citrix ssl server is not accepting connection" error.Can anyone please advise?

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  • Citrix License Server

    I have 7 citrix server in our environment and only one server cit4 is the license server. Is there any way i can setup to have a failover server (lets say cit2). So if 90 users are all logged in to citrix environment and cit4 goes down, then cit2 hold all the sessions with a failover license. I am...

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  • Mapping Network Drives in Citrix???

    We have four Citrix servers and when our users connect we have to manually map their drives each time they connect to a different server. Once you have connected to all of them the drives are always visible, but for new employees the process is tedious and frustrating. is there a script we can...

    Tim204320 pointsBadges:

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