Multiple vulnerabilities in VMware ESXi, Workstation, and Fusion were privately reported to VMware. Updates are available to remediate these vulnerabilities in affected VMware products. These issues were discovered as part of the Tianfu Cup, a Chinese security event that VMware participates in.
Managing vSphere Certificates with PowerCLI
Managing vSphere certificates is a feature that many customers have been asking for on our feature request site. And when all the necessary APIs for it were added in vSphere 7 we were finally able to add it to PowerCLI 12.4. This doesn’t mean however that all the cmdlets require vSphere 7. Some of them … Continued The post Managing vSphere Certificates with PowerCLI appeared first on VMware PowerCLI Blog.
I am always on the lookout for new and interesting hardware platforms that can benefit the VMware Homelab Community. In the month of January, there were a number of new announcements that I had been following including news from the Computer Electronic Show (CES) but also a couple of product […]
VMware has made unavailable vCenter Converter. Rest in peace, my friend. We spent a lot of time together, P2V ing some great physical servers…… Luckily, you can still download it left and right through file hosting and download services. What are the options of replacement for VMware Converter?
vCenter Converter Unavailable for Download
We have removed vCenter Converter from the list of VMware product downloads. This is a precautionary measure to protect our customers from using legacy technology that does not comply with VMware’s high standards for security and stability. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Offering unsupported products based on legacy technology presents potential … Continued The post vCenter Converter Unavailable for Download appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
There are many situations where your VMware vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) cannot be updated via the Internet directly. In some cases, your VCSA simply does not have direct access to the internet for security reasons or due to your company security policy. In those […]
How to create a customized ESXi ISO without vCenter Server?
Historically, if you needed to create a customized ESXi ISO that included additional ESXi drivers, your only supported option was to use the vSphere Image Builder service, which has a dependency on vCenter Server. If you have an existing vCenter Server, this was not a problem and you could easily create a customized ESXi ISO […]
Retrieving VM DRS Score using vSphere API and PowerCLI
VM DRS Score is a new feature that was introduced with the release of vSphere 7.0, check out this blog post by Niels for a closer look at how this feature can benefit your environment. In the vSphere UI, this information is expressed as both a Cluster DRS Score and a VM DRS Score as shown […]