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This blog post will show you how to deploy RDS on a Domain Controller, I have received a lot of messages over the past months on this saying that it’s not possible. Firstly I would personally never recommend deploying RDS on a domain controller as there are a number of security risks and best practices that…

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Introduction Migrating Applications to the cloud can be a daunting process. As we move into an ever more IT dependent world, the requirement for agility and elasticity increases. Unitrends are a Hardware and Software Company that provide data protection solutions for physical, virtual and cloud environments. Unitrends has created a product called Boomerang that allows VMware…

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I have recently come across an issue when repurposing Centos VMware clones. After cloning the Virtual Machines, the Virtual Network Card shows as not present.  This is because the VMware guest will keep the IP configuration details of its parent, and even after changing the Static address, the network card is still unavailable. The following Steps will address this problem: Load…

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For all those who want more detailed infromation when removing snapshots from a virtual machine or troubleshooting issues, this post will show you use ESXI’s Shell to gather more information about the snapshot task. You will need to enable shell, and load putty. We will be utilising the vim-cmd as is “Supported in both ESXI 4.x…

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Introduction The word cloud (also referred to as “the cloud”) is becoming one of the latest Technology buzz words used by both businesses and consumers in this ever changing technology market. So what does the term “cloud” or “the cloud” mean? Cloud services simply refers to a type of internet based computing where different services are delivered to an organisation/consumer’s computers…

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This post will show you how to configure both RDWEB and Gateway roles on a KEMP Load Master. Some important info before we start, Before Server 2012, the RD Gateway used a single HTTP Channel. Post Server 2012, the RD Gateway uses two channels (one for Input & one for Output). This means that these channels need to be…

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