I am not the only one from Ictivity spamming the Internet with my blog. Their are more Consultants, from different disciplines, who share their knowledge with other people. Let’s have a closer look at them.
Recently my colleague Duncan Epping already introduced me on his personal blog. Duncan is Virtualization Consultant for Ictivity, who is specialized in VMWare. You can find his blog here.
A couple of outtakes:
Scott’s post pointed me out to the follow up of the VMotion vs Quick Migration post a week ago. I’ve already blogged about the previous articles so here my thoughts […]
Today I received the following error at a customer site when applying patch via the Update Manager:”Metadata for patch missing.” After a close inspection I noticed VirtualCenter wasn’t running on port 80 but on 81 for some reason. Opening up the ESX Firewall and restarting the VMware […]
Citrix maintains a support article (Document ID: CTX107572) that contains a plethora of troubleshooting tools for your Citrix/Terminal Services environment. Most of the tools are targeted at Citrix […]
1. Logon as local administrator.
2. Set the “Citrix Independent Management Architecture” service to disabled in services.
3. Delete all locally stored […]
The last know Ictivity Blogger is Edwin Friessen. Edwin is also Microsoft and SBC Consultant at Ictivity. A couple of outtakes from his blog:
possible to use drive letter L: for CD-rom one and drive letter L: for CD-rom two. Because the application runs in separated bubbles they cannot conflict each other. In this case you have to remind that the […]
One of the key reasons VMware acquired Thinstall was because we saw a gap in the current marketplace around application virtualization. The market, frankly, seemed artificially inhibited. We intend on opening […]