Sometimes you might need to load multiple static DNS records into your DNS server, especially when you have to add multiple new servers into your environment. You can do it manually, but it can take a long time and it would be very boring repetitive task, not to mention key-in errors. With PowerShell the
VMware vSphere ESX 6.7 | No network adapters were detected. Either no network adaptters are physically connected to the system ..
Typical scenario, you download the VMware ISO file, then you burn to USB and in your mind you're thinking, it will take me few minutes to install and configure the system and then I will be doing other stuff and then BAMMM ERROR: No network adapters were detected. Either no network adapters are
VMware vcenter 6.7 | 503 Service Unavailable (Failed to connect to endpoint: [N7Vmacore4Http16LocalServiceSpecE:0x00007fb6cc081b80] _serverNamespace = /ui action = Allow _port = 5090)
After playing around for a few days in my lab with vCenter 6.7 I had to reboot my vCenter appliance. After reboot when I was trying connect back to HTML5 web client I received an error: 503 Service Unavailable (Failed to connect to endpoint: [N7Vmacore4Http16LocalServiceSpecE:0x00007fb6cc081b80] _serverNamespace = /ui action = Allow _port = 5090)
POWERCLI | PowerCLIEnvironment.ps1 cannot be loaded because running scripts is disabled on this system.
When you run PowerCLI for the first time after fresh install you might get an error similar to this one. This is because your computer Powershell policy is set to restricted. You can check your current execution policy by running Get-ExecutionPolicy command. . : File C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\Infrastructure\PowerCLI\Scripts\Initialize-PowerCLIEnvironment.ps1 cannot be loaded because running
1. Check if ActiveDirecory module is installed on Windows 10 First we need to check if ActiveDirectory module is already installed on a computer or not by running Get-Module PS command. From the output we can see that is not listed. 2. Install (RSAT) Remote Server Administration Tools on Windows 10