PowerCLI Updated 6.5.3

Yesterday VMware announced that PowerCLI has been updated to 6.5.3. In this release some issues have been address and there are several new features, including: New module for NSX-T A “Create” method that can be used with the Get-Service cmdlets Now that Power CLI is a PowerShell module available from the PowerShell Gallery it’s super […]

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Configuring NTP on a Cisco Device

Configuring NTP on a Cisco device is an easy, and essential, step when configuring a new router or switch. SYSLOG log entries are all stamped with the time and if the time is off from device to device it will make t-shooting events and event correlation that much more difficult. So, the solution is to […]

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Getting Started with PowerCLI

PowerCLI is a very powerful scripting language written as a set of Microsoft PowerShell Cmdlets. If you’re not familiar with PowerShell I highly recommend you take a look at it as it is the defacto way to administer anything Microsoft, particularly if you’re looking to automate routine tasks. I recently got started with PowerCLI, and […]

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vExpert 2017

Earlier this year I was named a VMware vExpert! I’m very excited and honored to be named a vExpert. For those of you who don’t know, vExpert is VMware’s evangelist program and semi-annually people may submit their application to be named a vExpert. There are several different vExpert sub-programs, in addition to the vExpert. There […]

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