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Disassemble and assemble SUN Rack 900-38 for my Home-lab

Here some nice pcs from the hard work
Starting to bring it down..

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A closer look at building details

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Now its time to put everything again in place.

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Finally work is almost done.

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vSphere Web Client 5.1: Must be registered with the Lookup Service

When using the “Simple Install” to install a new vCenter setup, you might encounter the following error when trying to register the vCenter server to the Web interface:

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To resolve this, follow these steps:

  • Log in to the vSphere Web client as the admin account (admin@System-Domain) you created during the vCenter server installation
  • Browse to “Administration -> SSO Users and Groups”
  • Browse to the “Groups” tab and click on “__Administrators__”
  • Click “Add Princilpals”
  • Select our vCenter server as the identity source and add the user “Administrator” to the list

Then login as “Administrator” in to the vSphere Web client, you should see the vCenter server listed in the objects. No further registration needed.

Backing up Samsung Galaxy S3 with ESXi 5.1

Doing some lab test, I had very easy mapped a USB host device to a VM (Windows-8) just to try this feature, and of course backing up my phone with KIES.

Here some screen if you want give a try.

Select from your VM config >> Add Hardware, then USB device and click Next

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The phone will be recongize as show, then click Next.

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Et voilà, your Samsung Galaxy S3 it’s mapped under host: localhost path:2/0/1 version:2 to your VM and ready to work.

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Backing up in progress……

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