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April 28, 2010 at 12:31 am in reply to: i would like to start learning citrix [WAS: starter] #351914
Re: i would like to start learning citrix [WAS: starter]
thanks for your invaluable suggestions. thank you tehcamel.
Re: vSphere upgradation
thanks for the reply. i just understood that there isn’t any thing to do with the software and only the key makes the difference. that’s fine. but i was going through the trainsignal tutorials on vSphere in which Mr. David Davis was saying we can’t directly upgrade from VI 3.5 Enterprise edition to vSphere Entrprise plus. that is how i got this doubt. thanks for the reply mates
Re: VMware Doubts
thanks for your time and patience. i am very happy that you replied all my questions and clarified my doubts. thanks once again. just now been to your blog and read about yourself. nice to know that you are a computer savvy. i would follow your blog from now on. thank you again.
i think most corporates prefer ESX to ESXi i reckon. thats y i am looking at ESXJanuary 8, 2010 at 5:58 am in reply to: i am unable to add one global group into another global group #351909
Re: i am unable to add one global group into another global group
Thanks alot mate. i wasn’t aware of this fact. now i raised my functional level and it works out. i am much delighted now. thanks for your time and suggestion
Re: WWN and WWNN
Thanks for the reply joeqwerty. i have already gone through those links. if i need any thing, the first place i visit is wikipedia. i have also gone through the following link which i found very useful to understand the difference between WWNN and WWPN.
i again went through the second link you sent and i could understand that WWNN and WWPN are both world wide names. is that what you mean to say? if so, if you want some new space in the SAN, you need to provide world wide name to him. if WWNN and WWPN are both world wide names, which one of them do you provide the SAN admin? i guess it must be WWNN. right? please explain me. i am a bit confused.
thanks for the reply Yuval. indeed i too got the same link when i googled shadowing. that was a nice article but it was explaining how to install it and how to configure it with out giving proper explanation of what exactly it is. any how thanks for the reply.
Re: stuck with ESX 3.5 installation
thanks for the suggestion and sorry that i couldn’t reply you. i have got an interview tomorrow. so i will retry to install it with your suggestions on day after tomorrow and let you know what happens. all of you who replied me, please forgive me that i didn’t reply back. sorry.
Re: stuck with ESX 3.5 installation
thanks for the suggestion and sorry for the delay in replying. i have done exactly what you said, but in vain. it has given me the same error and i have edited the vmx file and tried to reboot the system. but it says different ethernet drivers found. i lost my hope and gave it up.
cheersOctober 29, 2009 at 2:52 pm in reply to: vSphere training video by David Davis of Train Signal! #351896
Re: vSphere training video by David Davis of Train Signal!
i have gone through your video tutorials of VMware ESX 3 and 3.5. what an amazing teacher are you? i am very much obliged to you for the knowledge you are transferring through your video tutorials. just wanna say thank you. i will certainly get the vsphere version as well. i have been through other company’s tutorials as well, which i don’t want to name here, but no one has been so informative and i think no one can beat you. i have got no words to praise your teaching capabilities. thank you once again. can we expect a tutorial on Citrix Xenapp from you, cause none of the tutorials available on the market are that great.
Re: SCSI or IDE
thank you. but can’t we figure it out by just looking in to the system information tool under accessories and system tools. i am looking to grab the information on the operating system itself. i mean running something like dxdiag (not exactly that. i am just exemplifying). if i can’t find it beneath the laptop sheild, do u mean that i got to open it up and see? no way around to find it without looking into it? its not that i am lazy to unscrew it but i thought if i can get a solution with out doing that. cheers
Re: ethernet card
thanks for the suggestion. as u said, i can’t get the ethernet card’s name in the sony specification list as my laptop is 2 years old and sony stopped producing it any more. what i am thinking is, i will make my laptop a domain controller and connect my friend’s computer to my domain. i will do the necessary research at his home and when i go back to my home, my friend can log on to his local system, not to the domain. thats what i am planning. i am not apathetic to virtual pc, but if u make any changes to the group policy, u can simply do it on the virtual pc and u can’t verify whether the changes u made are effictive on a user or not. thats the problem.
Re: ethernet card
thanks for the reply ossian,
i downloaded the winxp ethernet card drivers from the sony website and i tried to install them. but it says those drivers are meant for xp and it does not let me install that. i have got my friend’s system in his home it has got xp professional on it. i thought if i can install 2003 on my laptop, i would do some real time practice on group policies and other things. virtual pc would not help us to the full extent. we can make the changes for the group policies, but we can’t verify them. just let me how would u find out the name of the ethernet card u are using, so that i can google my card and get the drivers.