Installed the VMware Logon monitor, now what? Let’s make a script!

A while back VMware released the Logon monitor fling. I thought this was a very useful expansion of out toolkit. So I decided to fling in our golden image to see how it behaves. After playing around with it, it writes the log files away to a share so in case… Continue reading

Back to basics: Daily checks

Something I still hear a lot that system engineers take their vSphere environment for granted and hardly check anything on a daily basis. I always point them at Alan Renouf‘s brilliant health check script while there are other ways to get your daily dose of health this one still rocks for… Continue reading

NSX 6.2.3 release includes vShield license

Until now if you wanted agentless anti-malware but not owned full blown NSX you needed vShield that VMware had announced it to go EOL in september. As expected VMware announced today NSX 6.2.3 that includes a vshield License.Sadly it still only supports anti-malware so don’t expect a lot of ransomware protection… Continue reading

Bye bye good old vSphere Client

As seen about everywhere on the interwebs VMware has announced it’s saying bye bye to the good old C# Client, with the next release of vShpere it will not be available anymore. Don’t be afraid that you now need to use the flash client (which has improved considerably in recent… Continue reading