In a previous post I showed you how to create Windows and NFS shares on VMware Cloud on AWS that land on Amazon S3 storage. What about if you wanted to use your local vSAN storage to present these services to your VM’s. In this guide I will show you Continue reading How to serve NFS, iSCSI and Windows File shares on VMware Cloud on AWS
In Part I we learned how to create a DNS record on provisioning. In this guide I will show you how to setup vRealize Automation 7.x to automatically delete a static host A record and a reverse look up pointer in your Windows based DNS when a user destroys a Continue reading How to integrate Windows DNS with vRA 7.x Part II – Delete DNS Record
So you have downlaoded and installed the vRealize Automation 7 Appliance and now you want to start to work on some vRealize Orchestrator workflows. While you could just use the Java Client, there is also an installabled version available for Windows.
For this guide you will need a Windows 2008 R2 VM with VMware tools already installed. Step 1: Open a console in vCenter and login to the Windows server with Administrator credentials. Step 2: In the Windows Server VM go the vCAC appliance home page for example https://vcac-l-01a.corp.local:5480/install and download Continue reading How to Create a vCAC 6 Windows Guest Agent Template