Archive for June, 2014

Powering off the virtual machine

Powering off the virtual machine To determine if you must use the command line, attempt to power off the virtual machine: Connect VMware Infrastructure/vSphere Client to the vCenter Server. Right-click the virtual machine and click Power off. Connect vSphere Client directly to the ESX host. Right-click the virtual machine and click Power off.  If this does not […]

Changing the IP address, default gateway, and hostname of the Service Console in ESX   Changing settings from the physical or remote console connection Changing the IP for the Service Console must be done from the physical console or through a remote console session. If you make changes through a network connection such as SSH, network connectivity to the Service Console disconnects because the Service Console’s network interface […]

When old CA was not correctly decomissioned

You can check for all CA in domain by Running the following command from a CMD prompt: “certutil -config – -ping” it will prompt you with all the CA available in the organisation. To remove from domain Open PKIView.msc, right-click on root node and select Manage AD Containers. Go through all tabs and remove items […]

Taking ownership of a file

Taking ownership of a file Open an elevated Command Prompt window. To do so, click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, right-click Command Prompt, and then click Run as Administrator. Type the following command and press ENTER: TAKEOWN /F (Replace the text with the full path of the actual file.) If the operation was successful, […]