I have recently been working on a fair bit of PowerCLI for a Cyber Defense competition called NECCDC. Every time, when I connect to vCenter, I receive this following error. This error occurs when the default VMWare certificates are not replaced with trusted/matching ones. To resolve this, you need to run the following command. Set-PowerCLIConfiguration … Continue reading Fixing the Invalid Certificate on PowerCLI
In the last post we installed vCenter 6.7. If you haven't seen it, you can find it here. In this post we will complete the configuration aspect of vCenter to get it up and running. If you have not created your forward and reverse lookup records. You will have issues. Once the installer has completed … Continue reading vCenter Part 2 – Configuration
vCenter is the centralized management component of the vSphere suite. It allows a single pain of glass for managing your entire VMWare infrastructure (ESXI, NSX, vSan). vCenter used to be a pain to setup and configure. You had many deployment options (VCSA or Windows, Embedded Database or External SQL Database). Each option had its plusses … Continue reading vCenter Part 1 – Installation
This will be my second year attending Cisco Live. 2017 was a great conference with outstanding sessions. This year the sessions look even better and I have my schedule jam packed with them. Here are a few that I am looking forward to... Branch Router Security (BRKSEC-2342) This session will demonstrate how to leverage Zone … Continue reading Cisco Live – Interesting Sessions
Thanks for stopping by The UC Administrator! The UC Administrator is a blog focussed around my experiences and thoughts on technology. You can expect to see posts about Unified Communications, Networking, Virtualization and anything Cisco. A little about me... My name is Taylor and I recently graduated Champlain College with a degree in Computer Networking … Continue reading Meet the Blogger!