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    Hi there!

     

    I have a connection server in DOMA.

    There are users in a trusted domain DOMB (one-way, outgoing, non transistive).

     

    I started the Horizon Client and establish a connection to a desktop pool.

    If I login with user default UPN like   Testuser@domB.com   the authenticcation works fine.

     

    Then I changed the account to use the custom UPN "@domB.us"

     

    If I try to login with custom user upn like   Testuser@domB.us   the authentication fails.

     

    Does anyone know why it fails or if it is possible to configure the custom upn to be recognized by Horizon?

     

    Regards

    Ulli


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    environment

    Brand new vmware ESXI 6.7.0.8169922

    vsphere 6.7.0.1150 Build 9433921

     

    I keep getting a message Host Hardware system board status. I have acknowledge and even reset to green but the error keeps coming back.

     

    Dell is reporting no errors on the server and if we log into the esxi server directly there are no errors

     

    Any ideas?


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  • 04/11/18--05:41: Flex config.
  • Configured uem as follows: https://www.ivandemes.com/export-import-file-type-associations-fta-successfully-using-uem/

     

    Setup the shares.. but I get this error in flexengine.log:

     

    FlexUtils::ExecuteCommand: Error 2 calling '\\server\uem\GetUserFTA.exe > C:\Users\testuser\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\UserFTA.config'

     

    I am local admin on pc just for testing purposes.. if I run the command via


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    OS: Server 2016 Datacenter

    AppVol: 2.14.0

    ODBC Driver: SQL Native Client 11.0

    SQL Server: 2012

     

    I am having an issue with a fresh install of App Volumes Manager. In advance I created the ODBC connection for svmanager using SQLNC 11.0 drivers and it connected successfully. The service account has dbo schema applied and db_owner permissions for the database on the SQL server.

     

    Attempt 1: Run the installer and enter the information to make the connection to the remote SQL server. Press browse for the database name and it fails with SSL error: Error 27502. Could not connect to Microsoft SQL Server 'server.fqdn.'. [DBNETLIB][ConnectionOpen (SECCreateCredentials()).] SSL Security error. (18)

     

    Attempt 2: Enter the database name, select overwrite existing, then Next. SSL error:  [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][DBNELIB]SSL Security error :Error occured, error number:-2147467259Error location:Open DB

     

    Attempt 1 does not create an ODBC connection, however, Attempt 2 results in the installer overwriting the existing svmanger ODBC entry and replacing it with the SQL Server (10.0) driver. This fails due to SSL 3.0 and TLS 1.0 being restricted.

     

    Does anyone have advice on how to get App Volumes Manager to make this database connection? I tried the installer from App Volumes 2.14.0 and 2.14.2.

     

    Update:

     

    Attempt 3: I had the SQL admin provide an AD service account db_owner permissions and then made that service account an Administrator on the AppVol server. Logging in under the service account I was able to create an ODBC connection and successfully connect with the Integrated Windows authentication checked. I attempted AppVol install with the Connect using option set to Windows Integrated Authentication selected and received the same errors.


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    Trying to install 1809 on a Win 10 VM without snapshots and update fails consistently for both 32 bit and 64 bit. Error reported is 0xC1900101 - 0x30004 - Installtion failed in the FIRST_BOOT phase with an error during INSTALL_RECOVERY_ENVIRONMENT operation.

    From what I read this is a driver issue. Running vSpehere 6.5. Anyone have any tips to overcome this?


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  • 01/07/19--08:19: 32 bit vs 64 bit guests
  • Just wanted to ask this question.  I am running 2 hosts.  I have about 30 workstations and need to make the move to windows 10 from windows 7.  Currently the windows 7 machines are all 32 bit.  i am having a hard time finding any information on any benefits of deploying 64 bit guests if there is any.  Should i stay with 32 bit guests or move to 64 bit guests.  Thanks ahead of time for the replies.


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  • 01/07/19--08:32: SRM Re-IP
  • I need to Re-IP both prod & dr SRM servers as well as vsphere replication appliances, is there a formal set of steps to achieve this easily? There does not appear to be a documented process from start to finish... vsphere 6.0 & SRM 6.0


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  • 01/07/19--07:48: Get-tagassignment
  • Hello there.

    11.0.0.10336080 VMware.VimAutomation.Core

    I want to get tag assignment of few VMs. And it works properly for single VM:

    But if I want to get tags of two VMs:

    I get tags of ALL vms in my vSphere lab. How so?

     

    None of other structures of "foreach" doesn't help me, e.g.:

     

    $vms=get-vm | ?{$_name -like "*cent*"}

    foreach ($vm in $vms) {get-tagassignment}

     

    Gives me the same result - tags of all vms in my lab.

     

    Update: ehm, it's pretty weird, but

     

    get-vm -name cent* | get-tagassignment (and new-tagassignemnt too)

     

    works fine. I though get-tagassignment should work with every object which this comandlet gets from pipe. How is is even work with the whole bunch of objects (vms in my case) without "foreach"?


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    I have deployed over 50 VM's via powercli Script and noticed the customization on some of the VM's didn't activate windows license. Is it possible to run a powercli script on these 50 VM's to see which VM's completed with windows activated or not? This would save loads of time without having to check every VM individually. 


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    Hi

     

    I'm deploying a Microsoft Failover Cluster using 2 VMware vm's. The setup I propose to use is "Cluster in a Box".

     

    https://docs.vmware.com/en/VMware-vSphere/6.5/vsphere-esxi-vcenter-server-651-setup-mscs.pdf

    Image4.jpg

     

    Based on this site, I have assumed that the disk format requirements are:

    Image3.jpg

     

    When I look at the following VMware sites:

    It only seems to talk about having the disk in "eagerzeroedthick" format and the separate SCSI controller, it doesn't mention "Independent - Persistent" or "Multi-Writer".

     

    Site 1

    Site 2

    Image1.jpg Image2.jpg

     

    Does the disk need to be "Independent - Persistent" and "Multi-Writer"?

     

    I'm interested in this as we use Veeam to do a server level backup and so having a persistent disk prevents this.

     

    Thank you.

     

    John


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  • 01/07/19--04:21: Listing scheduled tasks
  • I apologize for the very basic question.

    Using a VCSA 6.5, how can I list all the scheduled tasks as I used to do with vCenter 5.5?

    Regards

    marius


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    This is very strange:

    I just deployed a new vSphere 6.0 VCSA and am using the webclient (currently Firefox on Win 10) to configure the system.  When I create a new object, there are dialog boxes that require me to input data; for example "New Distributed Port Group" prompts me to input the port group name.  The problem is that the web client is not receiving my keystrokes.  The workaround is everytime I run into a dialog box requiring keystrokes (such as inputting an object name, etc.) I have to click the Windows start button (changing focus away from the browser window) then re-click on the input box and begin typing and it works normally.... until the next dialog box is displayed where I have to click away, then return to finish entering data.  I've seen this before on another completely separate system but never chased down the solution.

     

    Anyone else seen this and have a recommendation?


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    I know is it possible to enable archiving on a Log Insight Cluster but is it possible to specify which servers to archive or even which logs?

     

    Thanks!


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    Our ESXI6.5 worked fine for several months.

    The uplink to the physical switch is done by 3 physical NICs (vmnic3, vmnic4, vmnic5) in failover configuration.

    Load balancing mode: explicit failover order

    Network failure detection: Beacon Probing

    Notify Switches: tried both Yes or No makes no difference

    Failback: Yes

     

    With the upgrade U1 installed we get every few minutes messages like:

    Lost network connectivity on virtual switch "red". Physical NIC vmnic5 is down. Affected portgroups:"red".

     

    The funny thing is, that the affected NIC changes from time to time. Any of 3 NICs show the Errors for a few hours before it changes to the next one.

    Sometime 2 of them show the Errors alternating.

     

    I don't think there is a hardware failure because any of the NICs show this behaviour and the actual connectivity is most of the time fine.

    The statistics of the connected physical switch shows no Errors or Disconnects on any of the 3 ports who are connected to the physical NICs.

     

    Any idea ?


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    Hi,

    We have VMWare with bunch of Virtual Machines setup.

    CPU utilization of these VMs need to be sent to another 3rd party system.

     

    Which API or SDK would help me access this information?


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  • 01/04/19--00:51: Regex doesn't work
  • Hello Everyone

     

    Has anyone an idea how I could filter the user Logon Events(Event ID 4624) in LogInsight? (At the moment it shows me also the system accounts)

     

     

    Kind regards

    Steve


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    I am getting the crash below over and over on windows running in fusion 11 on Mojave. Accessibility set correctly. Seems to cause Unity to fail to update the screen and not understand what window owns screen real estate at times.  Running on two add in screens.

     

     

    <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">

    - <System>

      <Provider Name="Windows Error Reporting" />

      <EventID Qualifiers="0">1001</EventID>

      <Level>4</Level>

      <Task>0</Task>

      <Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords>

      <TimeCreated SystemTime="2019-01-04T16:11:27.640702500Z" />

      <EventRecordID>26102</EventRecordID>

      <Channel>Application</Channel>

      <Computer>MVM-14473648</Computer>

      <Security />

      </System>

    - <EventData>

      <Data />

      <Data>0</Data>

      <Data>APPCRASH</Data>

      <Data>Not available</Data>

      <Data>0</Data>

      <Data>vmtoolsd.exe</Data>

      <Data>10.3.2.6765</Data>

      <Data>5b8e5894</Data>

      <Data>vmtools.dll</Data>

      <Data>10.3.2.6765</Data>

      <Data>5b8e581a</Data>

      <Data>c0000005</Data>

      <Data>0000000000010007</Data>

      <Data />

      <Data />

      <Data>\\?\C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\Temp\WERE5F7.tmp.WERInternalMetadata.xml</Data>

      <Data>C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\ReportQueue\AppCrash_vmtoolsd.exe_84b6967f9d7e2d0bb955657f82623c5bc253bb_d4967556_3a06dbb6</Data>

      <Data />

      <Data>0</Data>

      <Data>7b93bb4d-f750-4d73-a7ca-807b7173022c</Data>

      <Data>528484</Data>

      <Data />

      <Data>0</Data>

      </EventData>

      </Event>


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    I am running the PreCheck to upgrade from vRA 7.4 to vRA 7.5 from vRSLCM.  It fails on only one item:  IISServer: IIS Server Not Responding on the IaaS Windows server.

     

    I love the Error Recommendation:  "The IIS Server is installed and running, but does not respond.  See if prerequisite checker has other errors."  But, as I said, there are no other errors, just this one.

     

    I have rechecked all of the pre-reqs in the installation manual https://docs.vmware.com/en/vRealize-Automation/7.5/com.vmware.vra.install.upgrade.doc/GUID-624C4494-6FC5-4446-88B4-61D7897FEE66.html.  I have also verified and followed the instructions in KB 2138781 and KB 59658  (which are virtually identical).  Still no love.

     

    Any help would be appreciated.  I would like to know just what this check is checking?


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