Issue: You are getting a Host IPMI System Event Log Status Alarm on an ESXi/ESX Host. Fix: To clear the log and reset the sensors: Step # 1 In the vCenter Inventory, select the ESXi/ESX host that has this Alert …

VMware vSphere ESXi Host has an Alarm, reporting Host IPMI System Event Log Status. Read More »

  Issue:You need to either increase or decrease these settings, after installation with the wizard.Since there is not a utility to re-run to adjust either of these settings, you have to do it manually.1) Size of log file before rotation: …

Changing VMware vSphere Syslog Collector settings for either maxSize and Rotate. Read More »

Step # 1 Now we will make changes to your Power Options.Click on the Start button. Next, click on Control Panel, then Hardware and Sound, and Power Options. Now, click the down arrow, to the right of Show additional plans …

A few things to change when creating a Windows 7 Virtual Machine Template. Read More »

If you are running vCheck Daily Report to perform Health Checks on your VMware Environment. You might have virtual machines that are listed under “Guest with wrong OS”. Issue: 1) Guests with wrong OS 2) Virtual machines with incorrect OS …

When running vCheck Daily Report, you find “Guests with wrong OS”. Read More »

Issue: Failed to connect to VMware Lookup Service https://vCVA_IP_address:7444/lookupservice/sdk – SSL certificate verification failed. Fix: You will need to toggle the certificate settings on the VMware vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA). To toggle the certificate settings: Log in to the vCenter …

While trying to login and configure a vCenter Single Sign-On (SSO) 5.5 Identity Source, I received this error message. Read More »