Category Archives: VMware

Tips for Exam 70-462: make your labs using Azure trial

The complexity of certification exams is climbing up lately – up to the clouds. Gone are the days where a simple 3 VM lab was enough to try out every new tech release to newer versions of some product – … Continue reading

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Virtualizing your databases guide

Recently the guys at SQLServerCentral published a great article about SQL Server virtualization. But it is usefull for SQL Server, Oracle or any other DB technology that must run “on the cloud”. So here is the link to it: reading

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Vmware Player: fix for mouse not clicking

While using Vmware Player to create a test environment, one of the VMs had this unique problem: the mouse moved the pointer, but did not register any click. After digging a while I found a great article at VMware site … Continue reading

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Disaster Recovery: Unteachable Techniques

Today I’ll link a great article about Disaster Recovery: And that’s it. It is too big to quote here, but it is too good to miss the oportunity of sharing with you. And because this subject is related to ALL … Continue reading

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Big Little Tools: ProcessExplorer, RAMMap and SpaceMonger

I believe most of the IT people who administer servers already know about Process Explorer. This is a great 3rd party tool that Microsoft took under its umbrella and made it an “official tool”. What some people may not know … Continue reading

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