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Installing KEMP LoadMaster Plugin on vRealize Orchestrator

The purpose of this article is to describe how to install and use the KEMP Orchestrator plugin. The article provides step-by-step instructions on how to run the various KEMP workflows which are added when the plugin is installed.
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Security Auditing and Scanning Tool for Linux Systems - Lynis 2.2.0

In this article we are going to show you how to install Lynis 2.2.0 (Linux Auditing Tool) in Linux systems using source tarball files. A new major upgrade version of Lynis 2.2.0 is released just now, after months of development, which comes with some new features and tests, and many small improvements. I encourage all Linux users to test and upgrade to this most recent version of Lynis.
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Deploying KEMP360 Central with Hyper-V


The purpose of this document is to provide step-by-step instructions on deploying KEMP360 Central with Microsoft Hyper-V.
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How to install KEMP Virtual LoadMaster using VMware ESX, ESXi and vSphere


This document describes the installation of the Virtual LoadMaster (VLM) within a VMware ESX or ESXi hypervisor environment. In our previous articles we have covered VLM installation and configuration using Hyper-V you might be interested to go through.
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How to Migrate from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 (Part 5)

In this part of the series we’ll migrate mail routing across from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016, and install Office Online Server (if required) to allow viewing and editing of attachments in Outlook Web App.
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How to Configure KEMP Virtual LoadMaster using Web User Interface (WUI)


This guide describes in detail how to configure the various features of the KEMP LoadMaster using the WUI. This document also describes the Web User Interface (WUI) of the KEMP LoadMaster. The available menu options in the LoadMaster may vary from the ones described in this document. The features available in a LoadMaster depend on what license is in place.
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How to install KEMP Virtual LoadMaster using Hyper-V - Windows 2012 and 8


This document describes the installation of the KEMP Virtual LoadMaster (VLM) within a Microsoft Hyper-V environment. The VLM has been tested with Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8. The instructions in this installation guide are for Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8.
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OneSafe - Premium Password Manager is now free as Apple’s App of the Week

oneSafe is like Fort Knox in your pocket! oneSafe provides advanced security for your passwords with features like Touch ID, auto-lock, decoy safe, intrusion detection, self-destruct mode and double protection for your most sensitive data.
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How to install VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM) 5.8 - Step by step guide


In this article we will show you how to install VMware Site Recovery Manager 5.8. This step by step guide will help you to understand the design, installation, operation and architecture of setting up VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM) 5.8.
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VMware vRealize Automation 7 Configuration



This guide will walk you through the steps to configure vRealize Automation 7. Please go through the following articles if you don't know how to perform simple and enterprise install of vRealize Automation 7.
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How to Install DHIS-2 on Any Windows Computer using the installer


Installing District Health Information System 2 (DHIS2) on any Windows computer is a simple process that will not take more than 10-15 minutes. All you need is a CD with the installer on it or download it from here.
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VMware vRealize Automation 7 enterprise install


This guide we will walk you through the steps to install vRealize Automation 7 enterprise. I have split up every single role and made sure it is highly available. This might not necessarily be best practice as it highly depends on your environment. Make sure you read the vRealize Automation 7 – Reference Architecture to ensure you design the environment correctly.
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VMware vRealize Automation 7 simple install


This guide will walk you through the steps to install vRealize Automation 7 simple. Please go through the following articles if you want to perform enterprise install.
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How to install VMware vCenter Server Appliance v6.0


In this article, I’ll take you through the steps required to install vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA). I’ll be referring to the latest version of vCSA which at the time of writing stands at 6.0 U1 (Build: 3018524).
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PanGu Jailbreak for iOS 9.1 released, compatible with all 64bit devices


I have some great news for jailbreakers who are still on iOS 9.1. The PanGu Jailbreak team has just released a new version of their tool to jailbreak iOS 9.1, making it the first jailbreak for iPad Pro, which was launched late last year.
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How to Setup VSAN using an ESXi 6 Nested Environment


In this article we will show you how to setup vSAN using an ESXi nested environment. Before we dive into the nitty gritty of setting up VSAN, I’d first like to give a brief introduction of what VSAN is all about.

VSAN which is short for VMware Virtual SAN, has been with us since March 2014. It’s VMware’s take on hyper-convergence or the abstraction of storage from the underlying hardware while providing a single pane of glass (the vSphere client) to manage storage alongside your virtualized resources. VMware achieve this through
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How to Setup VMware vApp in vCenter Server in 4 steps


Before jumping in to show you how to create and setup a vApp in vCenter Server, I just need to outline the prerequisites, these being a vCenter Server managing a DRS enabled cluster or any standalone host running ESXi 4.0 or higher.
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How to Setup VMware Fault Tolerance in vSphere 6.0



In this post we will shows you how to turn FT ON and OFF. I’m using a 2-node cluster supporting nested hypervisors so performance is what it is.

Fault Tolerance is a seldom used feature that has been available since the days of VMware Infrastructure, the old name for what we today know as VMware vSphere, the software suite comprising vCenter Server and the ESXi hypervisor along with the various APIs, tools, and clients that come included with it. If you’ve been through my post on High Availability, you’ll probably know that Fault Tolerance is a feature intrinsic to a HA enabled cluster.
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How to Configure VMware High Availability on a vSphere Cluster


In a recent article, I described VMware’s DRS and how it complements another cluster centric feature, VMware High Availability (HA), the subject of today’s post. The primary purpose of HA is to restart virtual machines on a healthy host, should the one they reside on suddenly fail. HA will also monitor virtual machines at the guest’s operating system and application level by polling heartbeats generated by the VMware Tools agent installed on monitored vms.
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How to Setup VMware DRS – Distributed Resource Scheduler


The main reason you would want to set up a cluster in vSphere is to take advantage of the High Availability (HA) and Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) features. In this post, I’ll cover the benefits and functionality of VMware DRS and will briefly touch on how to set it up.
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Altaro VM Backup For (Hyper-V, VMware) Step By Step Guide


Are you looking to back up your Microsoft Hyper-V virtual machines reliably, easily and affordably? Altaro VM Backup (formerly known as Altaro Hyper-V Backup) is the logical choice for Hyper-V backups. It saves you the hassle of cumbersome installs and configurations, helps you avoid unreliable virtual machine (VM) backups using basic tools and doesn’t break the bank.
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How to Configure Mail Relay in Exchange Server 2016

In Exchange Server 2013 we went through several steps to configure relay using different network adapters and creating receive connectors. In this article we will keep it simple and configure the relay on the new Exchange Server 2016 in just a few steps.
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BMW's Concept Car Wows With Shape-Shifting

BMW's latest concept car, timed to its 100-year anniversary, has shape-shifting sides and a steering wheel that folds into the dash.
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Seagate Reveals World's Fastest SSD

A depiction of Seagate's new hyperfast SSD, which will sport up to 16 I/O lanes and 10GBps speeds. The new SSD will be generally available this summer.
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New Pipe: An Open Source Take on an Android YouTube App


Recently, YouTube has released YouTube RED, a new premium side of YouTube that allows users who pony up $9.99 a month access to some compelling features – things like offline playback, background playback and no advertisements (and original programming).

These features all seem reallly good, but
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Tips and Tricks to Make You a Better iPhoneographer


The best camera in the world is the one that you have with you.” Even a US$10,000 camera is useless

If you don’t bring it with you when you see a moment worth snapping. That’s why many people replace pocket cameras with smartphone’s cameras. And because the iPhone camera is among the best of the best camera phones available, iPhone Photography quickly has become an art itself. They call it iPhoneography.
Here are several things that you can do to get better photos with your iPhone.
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How to Block SMS from Spammers on iPhone



I’m sure you get a lot of spam SMS messages, too – from all over the place. On Android an app like Truemessenger would take care of it. But on iPhone, we need to do a bit of manual labor.
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What An eSim Is And How It Affects You


The SIM card as we know it could soon come to an end. There’s a new SIM in town, and it wants to make switching carriers a lot easier for everyone. Apple and Samsung are for getting rid of the physical SIM, but it’s not just them. Other companies such as AT&T, China Unicom, Verizon, Vodafone, and Orange are for the eSIM. We have to see what’s behind this eSIM and if everything is as good as they make it seem.
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How to Migrate from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 (Part 4)

In the previous article in this series, we began the post installation configuration of Exchange 2016 and made changes to client access. In this part of the series we will configure transport and mailbox databases, then begin preparing for the migration from Exchange 2010.
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How to Migrate from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 (Part 3)

In the first two parts of this series we performed the basic design and implementation of Exchange Server 2016 into our organization. In this part of the series, we’ll perform the first post-configuration steps.
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How to Migrate from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 (Part 2)

In this multi-part article we will migrate from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016. We’ll now create our first volume for the Page File. In our design, this is not to be located on a mount point, so we don’t need to create a folder structure to support it.
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How to Migrate from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 (Part 1)


In this multi-part article we will migrate from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016. In this series we will walk through the steps required to implement Exchange 2016 into your current Exchange 2010 organization and migrate mailboxes across.
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How to Migrate DNS servers from Linux to Windows (Part 1)

This is the first article of a two-part series on migrating BIND name servers running Linux to Windows Server DNS servers. In this article, I am going to walk you through the steps to migrate off a Linux box for DNS and migrate services to a Windows Server 2012 R2 computer.
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