VMware Tools – Shared productLocker on ESX-hosts

Posted by on 15. J 2019 in Blog

This is tested on VMware vSphere 6.5 Create a folder on a datastore you’d like to use. Fx vmware-tools Upload floppies and vmtools-folders to vmware-tools-folder Folderstructures should look like this: vmware-tools - floppies - vmtools Now go to advanced settings on each host and find UserVars.productLocker variable and change it to your new location: e.g. /vmfs/volumes/Datastore09/vmware-tools /productLocker Now enable SSH-service on each host, SSH in and remove...

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Roaming Profiles – Windows 10, 8, 7 – still using them?

Posted by on 12. J 2019 in Blog

For my reference – better use versioning on profile-folders. I will not roam users Start Menu in Windows 10 – consider using partial start-layout reg add HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\ProfSvc\Parameters /v “UseProfilePathExtensionVersion” /t REG_DWORD /d “1” /f This will make a .V2 for Windows 7 or maybe .V5 or .V6 for Windows 10 Source:...

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UniFi – Controller Windows-stuff

Posted by on 04. J 2019 in Blog

I love Ubiquitis UniFi-wifi services – Not insanely expensive, and yet, still controllerbased! This is mostly for my own reference Upgrading UniFi Controller – Windows This is my method used when upgrading the UniFi Controller when run in another folder on a Windows system: Navigate to installfolder in command prompt – fx D:\ServerStuff\Ubiquiti UniFi stop the service with the following command (u cannot use services.msc, it won’t stop properly) java...

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DISM – Spring cleaning

Posted by on 28. J 2016 in Blog

Useful cleaning commands with dism – for now, the Windows 7 command can still be used in Windows 10 (1607) Windows 10 dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup /ResetBase Windows 8.1 dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup /ResetBase Windows 8 dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup Windows 7 dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /SPSuperseded /HideSP   Newest info:...

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iPhone – Now was the time

Posted by on 21. J 2016 in Blog

Since the first iPhone came out, back in the day I’ve been a silent protestor. I didn’t want them, didn’t like them. Too restrictive and the company was too arrogant, in my opinion. 9 (nine!!) years later I figured the underlying iOS must have matured enough to actually be something I could be satisfied with. So, what egged me into trying an iPhone now? I’ve had Nokia/Microsoft-Lumia phones since the HTC Mozart. In the pre-smartphone-era it was Nokia...

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