Tag: vSphere

Horizon Service Plane – How to Configure On-Premises Capacity – Part 2

If you’re here it means that you’re accomplished with the following configuration steps from my previous blog post, deploying Horizon Connector into your On-Premises infrastructure. Moving on our configuration, your appliance should be at the following state, according picture below. Before configure our appliance we need to make two simple (but important) actions: 1- Set

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Horizon Service Plane – How to Configure On-Premises Capacity – Part 1

I have customers which moved into Horizon Universal License, according my previous blog post, and in some cases those customers still need to keep using Horizon On-Premises and come across with the following question: How to configure Horizon Service Plane using my On-Premises Horizon infrastructure? To make it easier crystal clear, these are the steps

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How to create a Windows 10 (64-bit) Virtual Machine with more than 128 GB?

Hi there folks! As always, I’m here to bring you some of the questions you may have as I received from my customer this week. This time, once specific customer requested something out of a normal request: “Why VMware cannot let me add a Windows 10 virtual machine with more than 128 GB RAM memory?”

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VMware PowerCLI? Nice to meet you!

Some important configurations and procedures, when using VMware solutions, you will need to know and how to operate using PowerCLI. If you don’t know what PowerCLI is or have questions about this, you can check this link . VMware PowerCLI is a command-line and scripting tool built on Windows PowerShell which you can use during

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