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VCP DTM 2018 Section 2 – Create and Configure Pools

Objective 2.1 – Configure and Manage Horizon Pools Describe and configure optional disk settings Refresh OS disk after logoff Select whether and when to refresh the OS disks for dedicated-assignment, linked-clone virtual machines. Never. The OS disk is never refreshed. Always. The OS disk is refreshed every time the user logs off. Every. The OS …

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VCP DTM 2018 Section 1

Objective 1.1 – Describe techniques to prepare environment for Horizon  Determine characteristics of required Active Directory domain accounts, groups, permissions, DHCP scopes and trust relationships You can place Horizon Agent machines, View Composer servers, and users and groups, in the following Active Directory domains: The Connection Server domain A different domain that has a two-way …

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Quick Tip: Check VMs for VMTools Upgrade Policy

I know I have posted before regarding changing the vmtools upgrade policy, which you can find here. I noticed that I didn’t have an explanation about how to check the current vmtools upgrade policy. Fortunately, it is just an easy one-liner 🙂   Granted, I select out just the name and the upgrade policy, so if you …

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Use PowerCLI to run SRM Test Recovery Plans

  Requirements: PowerShellGet Module PowerCLI PowerCLI SRM MeadowCroft Module/Cmdlets   The latest PowerCLI and PowerCLI SRM are generally not available for conventional download, and the PowerShellGet Module is needed to download and install them.   PowershellGet is inherently included in: Windows 10+ Server 2016+ Windows Management Framework (WMF) 5+ Powershell 6   For Powershell versions …

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Match Windows Drive Letter to VM Disk with PowerCLI

  Matching OS Drive Letters to VM Disks is definitely something each VMware admin has wanted at some point or another. Unfortunately, it is not the easiest of tasks. Using a suggestion I found in one of the forum posts that the solution might be a combination of two different scripts referenced here and here, I decided …

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