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April 06, 2010
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Resistance is futile: If you want access to some of the new vSphere 5.5 features, then you need to get familiar with the vSphere Web Client. Continue Reading
VMware vCenter Mobile Access (VMware vCMA) is a virtual appliance used by admins to manage a data center from mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Continue Reading
A mirror driver is a Windows device driver used in extended desktops, remote desktop software and assistive technology. Continue Reading
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When it comes to monitoring your VMs, a few free tools can help keep tabs on your vSphere environment. Continue Reading
You wouldn't expect to build a house without a hammer, saw and nails, and you shouldn't expect to manage a VMware environment without the appropriate tools, either. Check out our top ten list of tools a VMware admin shouldn't live -- or work -- ... Continue Reading
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The decision to virtualize business-critical applications has gotten easier now that vSphere is equipped with more features to facilitate the process. Continue Reading
VMware single sign on is a mandatory component of vSphere 5.1. It changes how ID authentication takes place within and beyond VMware products. Continue Reading
The vCMA virtual appliances is an unsupported fling, and VMware still doesn't have an official mobile admin interface for vSphere. What’s the delay? Continue Reading
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Break free from the Windows ball and chain, and install the vSphere Web Client for browser-based VMware management. It’s great for admins who are constantly on the go. Continue Reading
The vSphere Web Client includes most features found in the traditional vSphere Client with the added advantage of allowing admins to work from any location or operating system. Continue Reading
With the vSphere Client for iPad, you can break your desk chains and perform VMware management tasks from virtually anywhere. Continue Reading