Note: In many public documents, VMware ESX Server 3.5 is now known as VMware ESX Server 3.5 and VMware ESX Server 3i version 3.5 as VMware ESXi 3.5. These release notes continue to use the previous convention to match the product interfaces and documentation. A future release will update the product names.
The following information provides highlights of some of the enhancements available in this release of VMware Infrastructure 3:
Note: Not all combinations of VirtualCenter and ESX Server versions are supported and not all of these highlighted features are available unless you are using VirtualCenter 2.5 Update 3 with ESX Server 3.5 Update 3. See the ESX Server, VirtualCenter, and Virtual Infrastructure Client Compatibility Matrixes for more information on compatibility.
New features and supported IO devices:
Note: iSCSI/TOE hardware offloads available with these adapters are not supported by VMware with ESX 3.5.
Note: Storing VMFS data stores on drives connected to these controllers is not supported
With the availability of Hyper-VT technology, Microsoft is boosting the adoption of virtualization by providing a very robust and fast virtualization platform managed by Microsoft® System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008. However, the challenge of keeping the virtual machine client operating system up to date remains. Virtual machines that are left offline for extended periods of time do not automatically receive operating system, antivirus, or application updates that would keep them compliant with current IT policy.The Offline Virtual Machine Servicing Tool 2.0 provides a way to automate the process of updating virtual machines running on virtual servers and Hyper-V with the latest operating system updates….
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For a list of changes that are included in this update rollup, see KB953467. Download at source: www.microsoft.com]]>
New Updates! Now supporting Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, Web PI makes it easy to install and stay up-to-date with the Microsoft Web Platform. This updated release lets you install ASP.NET MVC, Visual Studio Tools for Silverlight, and much more!
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Full Knowledge Base article at: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/957825]]>
One of the best (IMHO) explanations about “How to convert your Windows Server 2008 to a Workstation” could be found on http://win2k8.msfn.org]]>
Now, we need to edit / create a VirtualHost section (or use Include conf/extra/httpd-vhosts. conf, remember to make following changes inside httpd-vhosts. conf ):
RedirectMatch ^/(index.html?)$ https://exmail.admininfo.ca/exchange/
RedirectMatch ^/exchange$ https://exmail.admininfo.ca/exchange/
# This secures the server from being used as a third party
# proxy server
# Allows the proxying of a SSL connection
RequestHeader set Front-End-Https “On”
# Set up SSL to work with this host
ProxyPass /exchange/ https://mail-internal/exchange/
ProxyPassReverse /exchange/ https://mail-internal/exchange/
ProxyPass /exchweb/ https://mail-internal/exchweb/
ProxyPassReverse /exchweb/ https://mail-internal/exchweb/
ProxyPass /public/ https://mail-internal/public/
ProxyPassReverse /public/ https://mail-internal/public/
NOTE: If you are using Apache on Windows, remember to make changes accordingly.]]>