RDS: Changing the Connection Broker DNS Alias As you cannot edit the name from the RDS Server GUI, PowerShell to the rescue: Set-RDClientAccessName -ConnectionBroker -ClientAccessName

To view the FC WWWNs on a 2012 R2 or above Windows Server via powershell: “get-initiatorport” InstanceName NodeAddress PortAddress ConnectionType ———— ———– ———– ————– PCI\VEN_10DF&DEV_FE00&SUBSYS_FE0010DF&REV_02\4&370d11c1&0&0038_0 20000000c965485c 10000000c965485c Fibre Channel PCI\VEN_10DF&DEV_FE00&SUBSYS_FE0010DF&REV_02\4&370d11c1&0&0138_0 20000000c965485b 10000000c965485b Fibre Channel PCI\VEN_10DF&DEV_FE00&SUBSYS_FE0010DF&REV_02\4&2ded1b5a&0&0040_0 20000000c976ba3a 10000000c976ba3a Fibre Channel PCI\VEN_10DF&DEV_FE00&SUBSYS_FE0010DF&REV_02\4&2ded1b5a&0&0140_0 20000000c976ba3b 10000000c976ba3b Fibre Channel And pipe to a file with “c:\WWNs.txt”

 Install Web Client: Install-RDWebClientPackage “Publish-RDWebClientPackage -Type Test -Latest” Publish-RDWebClientPackage -Type Production -Latest Uninstall Web Client: Uninstall-RDWebClient Uninstall-Module -Name RDWebClientManagement Note: If you replace the SSL or set this up from new. You will need to import the SSL as a CER file (does currently support PFX files): Import-RDWebClientBrokerCert You can then find the site under /rdweb/webclient/

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an EU law covering data protection and privacy which will update and replace the existing Data Protection Act for the 21st Century. This regulation, which comes into force from 25th May 2018, will mark the biggest change to data protection law in decades and applies to any organisation across the world which collects, stores or processes personal information relating to EU citizens. GDPR …

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We recently came across this error whilst working on a client site for our sister company Datacentre Monkey After deploying a new VCSA and setting up VUM with VMware and HPE patch repositories, we went to work updating the hosts in small batches. All went swimmingly until reboot when we noticed ESXi would hang on “nfsclient loaded successfully” checking the loading logs “ALT+F12” brought up the following: “Lost connectivity to the device mpx.vmhba32:C0:T0:L0” …

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Delete Recovery Partition in Windows 7/8/10 Start/Run/Diskpart – Run as Administrator Type “list disk” to display all the disks. Type “select disk n”, in which “n” contains the Recovery partition. Type “list partition” to list all the partitions on the selected disk. Note the number of the Recovery partition. Type “select partition n” where n should be the partition number of the recovery partition. Type “delete partition” to delete the …

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How to Change the Colour of Address Bar in Chrome Mobile Browser to match your website: Just add the following between your <head></head> tags (for WP this in your header.php) <meta name=”theme-color” content=”#1f4f73″> Don’t forget to clear your cache.

Simple IIS rewrite to redirect all non-SSL and non-www traffic in a single URL rule, just place in the web.config: <rewrite> <rules> <rule name=”Force WWW and SSL” enabled=”true” stopProcessing=”true”> <match url=”(.*)” /> <conditions logicalGrouping=”MatchAny”> <add input=”{HTTP_HOST}” pattern=”^[^www]” /> <add input=”{HTTPS}” pattern=”off” /> </conditions> <action type=”Redirect” url=”https://FQDN/{R:1}” appendQueryString=”true” redirectType=”Permanent” /> </rule> </rules> </rewrite> ** Note you need the module installed first, reload IIS after installation.

For NGINX/Apache hosts: RewriteEngine On RewriteBase / RewriteCond %{HTTPS} !=on RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} ^80 RewriteRule (.*) https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} [R,L] RewriteRule ^index\.php$ – [L] Best done with a plugin on CMS/WP sites!

To add you VCC cloud repository, it just takes a few simple steps.   Open your Veeam B&R console, navigate to “Backup Infrastructure”     Under “Service providers” click “Add Service Provider”   Enter the following DNS name “” and leave the port as 6180.   Select “Allow this Veeam Backup & Replication to be managed by the service provider” in order for you to use the VCC Portal to …

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