This is the 2nd of three this week, this one relate to 3rd party updates
VMware have released a few Advisories this is 1 of 3 and relates to Authentication on vCenter. I suggest you have a look see at this if you are using Anonymous LDAP binding in your AD. There are also code vulnerabilities in vCSA that are noted in this advisory.
I have recently been asked to become a joint leader for the Yorkshire VMUG, and I am happy to say that I was both honoured and proud to be asked, and without any hesitation accepted their offer.
I have finished my VMUG Leader training and have now been officially accepted into the august ranks of VMUG Leadership.
Myself and my Co-Leaders are currently planning to restart the stalled engine of the Yorkshire VMUG with a meeting in mid to late January 2014. keep your eyes pealed both here and on Twitter for more information as to the when, where and who
Just a quick heads up, I just booked my trip to Las Vegas for a holiday with the family before heading out to VMworld San Francisco 2013.
So if anybody is going to be in Vegas from the 21st August until Conference time, ping me a mail and we’ll see if we can meetup.
This is not a Techpost but a link to an article that I thought deserved greater attention. it really struck a cord in me when I read it.
it is something I am going to have to work in to keep this little virtual part of my life alive.
A Little Bit of History
CCNA for me has been a long journey. I first saw the cert 8 or 9 years ago, and I’ve always fancied giving it a go, but never had the opportunity until my current role. I’ve managed to fail the combined CCNA exam twice so far, at my employers expense, and took a break to get some of the Microsoft Windows Server 2012 certs under my belt to keep us in line with Partnership levels. Now I’m back to the CCNA in earnest. Continue reading
For quite a while now (years) there had been reports of users having problems with the Shared Folders feature in VMware Fusion and a newer version of Windows (Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8). After clicking around on a shared folder in the tree of Windows Explorer the CPU would go to 100% and lock your VM up for a minute or more. Continue reading
VMware Fusion users with hardware from 2012 that uses the NVidia chipset are probably aware of the problem that occurred after running the Macbook Pro Update 2. You could no longer use 3D in your virtual machines as it tended to crash your virtual machines. As I had to run that update after while as well, I was eagerly waiting for an update from VMware to address this. Continue reading
This is just a quick note on a great deal you can currently get yourself via the site from Mike Laverick.
Apparently he has been able to strike a deal with the people from BareMetalCloud.com that the first 100 people using his discount voucher get a $100,- discount. Please read the details at Mike’s Bare Metal Cloud for your Autolab article.