VMware Workstation 15.5.5 and Fusion 11.5.5 Released

VMware has released Workstation 15.5.5 and Fusion 11.5.5. Workstation 15.5.5 What’s new: Windows 10 host VBS support: VMware Workstation 15.5.5 now runs on Windows hosts with Hyper-V features (For example: virtualization based security) enabled. The followings are minimum requirement to run VMware Workstation on a Hyper-V enabled host: CPU Requirements: Intel Sandy Bridge or a […]

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Critical Security patch for vCenter 6.7

If you have upgraded your vCenter from earlier versions of vCenter, then you should patch your vCenter. This security bug is rated 10.0 out of 10.0. A malicious actor with network access to an affected vmdir deployment may be able to extract highly sensitive information which could be used to compromise vCenter Server or other […]

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ESXi 6.0, 6.5 and 6.7 New Builds Released

VMware has released new builds of ESXi 6.0, 6.5 and 6.7, this are bug fixes, and security fixes, including new Intel CPU microcodes. The ESXi 6.7, also includes a fix for “Sensor -1 type hardware health alarms” that may fill the vCenter SEAT database disk, and other fixes. The ESXi 6.0 also includes a fix […]

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VMware vCenter 6.7 Update 2c Released

VMware has released vCenter 6.7 Update 2c, this is a bug and security fix release. Before upgrading, see the Important notes later in the blog! What’s new: Publishing a VMTX template might fail if you do not specify a target ESXi host while creating a subscription When you publish a virtual machine template managed by […]

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PowerShell Command History

This is a little outside what I normally is writing about, but I think this is an important message for those there are using PowerShell, this also includes VMware PowerCLI, and other PowerShell extensions. PowerShell v5 (included in Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016) by default saves the last 4096 command used in Powershell, including any username/password, […]

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