Upgrade your VCSA from 6.7U3 to 7 – Part 2

This is part 2 of my “Upgrade your VCSA” instructions, to see part 1 click HERE 1.Click “Continue” to move onto the next stage 2. Stage 2 show now be highlighted, click Next 3. Select what data you need to migrate and upgrade. Copying performance metrics etc is optional. 4. Confirm all the details are

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Upgrade your VCSA from 6.7U3 to 7 – Part 1

There’s no shortage of posts out there explaining how to upgrade your vCenter but seeing as I was upgrading from 6.7U3 to the recently launched 7, I thought I would run through the steps with you all. Note: Before you start the upgrade, please ensure you have done your due diligence and checked the VMware

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vExpert 2020

It is with great pleasure that i can announce i have been selected in this years vExpert Program. Over the past 18 months i have tried to increase my engagement in the vCommunity by writing new blog posts, engaging on Twitter/LinkedIn and by assisting on the VMTN forums where possible. Going forward im going to

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Check host domain membership

Quick one line list all host in a cluster and display their domain membership status Get-Datacenter $global:DCChoice | Get-Cluster $global:CLUChoice | get-vmhost | Get-VMHostAuthentication | select -Property VMhost, @{N=”Domain”;E={$_.vmhost.Domain}},@{N=”DomainMembershipStatus”;E={$_.vmhost.DomainMembershipStatus}}  662 total views

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Configure NTP & Syslog

The below script allows you to quickly configure the NTP & Syslog settings on all hosts in a specified cluster. It will prompt you to enter an NTP server & Syslog server address before applying it to each host. Im using my usual variables:$Global:DCChoice – DC Choice$Global:CLUChoice – Cluster Choice function VP-SetNTPandSyslog { $NTPServer =

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PowerCLI Menu

For some time now I’ve wanted to put together a PowerCLI menu system, just to make running common commands a little faster. Let’s start with vCenter, unfortunately, this is the only part that hardcoded so you’re going to need to amend this to include your vCenters FQDN ###############################File Location ############################### $scriptDir = Split-Path -Parent $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Path

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