vCenter Server 6.0 Services (Windows Edition) – One Service to rule them all!

After upgrading to vCenter Server 6.0 we all noticed the multiplying number of services that have to start, before the vCenter Server 6.0 high availability guide was released I was working on something similar in my lab but with a self-consistent vCenter Server without a shared RDM. Anyway, in my attempts to cluster the services Continue Reading →

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An error occurred while processing the authentication response from the vCenter Single Sign-On server

Today I woke up to a call from a customer whom is not able to log-on to the vCenter Server, he was trying to log-in using the C# client and he was getting an authentication error. When I tried to log-in using the vCenter Web Client I got this error:   [400] An error occurred Continue Reading →

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vCenter Server 6.0 High Availability (Windows Edition) – PSC with Citrix Netscaler

So since the release of vSphere 6.0 and I have been looking forward to engaging vCenter Server high availability, although VMware seems to be doing a lot of work and enhancements on the VCSA (the vCenter Server Appliance) I am still in favor of installing the Windows edition, why? well simply from a customer perspective Continue Reading →

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VMware Horizon View Composer: There was an error identifying the validity of the server

I  had an issue where vCenter Server service suddenly stopped and wouldn’t start and after a lot of log reading I came to a decision to create a new one as the issue didn’t bare even the time to open a case with support to tackle it. So I created a new vCenter Server (same Continue Reading →

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Citrix Netscaler 10.5x.xx Access Gateway Enterprise Store Settings Greyed Out

Since the release of Netscaler firmware 10.52.11 and I’ve been suffering from this problem, when you launch the Citrix Netscaler Wizard and I finally end up with a windows that shows the Enterprise Store Settings but its greyed out and after the Access Gateway configuration page is loaded it disappears as well. I’ve posted about Continue Reading →

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