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VMware PowerShell – Useful HealthCheck Remediation Scripts

VMware PowerShell – Useful HealthCheck Remediation Scripts I get to conduct and review the recommendations and findings from a VMware HealthCheck and Best Practice Reviews.  Recently I conducted one and to help with remediation I pulled together some simple PowerShell Scripts to remove the manual effort. Disconnect all Connected CDs from VMs A very common […]

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vSphere Kubernetes – Force deleting stuck ‘terminating’ namespaces and contexts

Like many vSphere administrators and architects following the release of vSphere 7 and VMware Cloud Foundation 4 I’ve been upgrading my lab and starting to play with the VMware Tanzu Portfolio.  I’m not going to detail how to get that working, Cormac Hogan and David Stamen have put together great guides for that.  This post […]

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vSAN Orphaned Objects

I recently got asked a question about how to managed orphaned objects in vSAN, previously with VMFS this was being managed with a PowerShell script, but the customer couldn’t get it to work with vSAN.  Which is expected behaviour as managing these vSAN namespace associations/objects is not possible via the GUI or script. Instead these […]

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Extending – Counting CPU licenses needed under new VMware licensing policy

Following on from the VMware licence change announcements, detailed here.  I thought I’d take a quick look at the accompanying PowerShell module to see what the output looks like and what we can do with data that it gathers. The VMware KB for the PowerShell module includes details on how to import and usage.  You […]

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UK VMUG UserCon 2019

One of the highlights of last year was the VMUG National user conference held at the space centre in Leicester.  A fantastic venue for not only the conference event but for the pre event vCurry and quiz, so it’s no surprise that it’s being held there again this year.  The vCurry on the 26th and […]

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vExpert 2019 Announcement

vExpert 2019 Announcement I’m delighted to have been awarded vExpert for 2019, for the second year in succession. For those that don’t know, the annual VMware vExpert title is given to individuals who have significantly contributed to the community of VMware users over the past year. The title is awarded to individuals for their commitment […]

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VMworld Europe 2018

VMworld Europe 2018 takes place again in the wonderful city of Barcelona.  After some intense negotiations in the Conyard household, I can confirm that I will be coming to VMworld Europe this coming November. It’s been a few years since I was able to attend (this will be my 4th overall 1 in San Francisco […]

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