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In-Place Windows XP to Windows 7 Migration using VMware Mirage

Watch a Windows XP endpoint get upgraded in-place to Windows 7 with zero touch by IT, and without affecting user files or profiles, by using the VMware Mirage solution.

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How to Install OS X Mountain Lion on a Windows PC [VMWARE]

Download VMware: my.vmware.com Download Image: www.mediafire.com Thanks to the SoulDevTeam for the image.

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Tips and Tricks for building VMware ESXi 5 (vSphere) with HP Virtual Connect FlexFabric

HP Discover 2012 conference. Presenter: Yury Magalif Senior Solutions Architect Coming back for the second year in a row, this session is best for administrators and consultants looking to implement VMware ESXi 5 (vSphere) with HP Virtual Connect FlexFabric and Flex-10. We will discuss mixing tunneled VLANs and shared uplink set design, expanded VLAN capacity mode and network access groups (NAGs). Overall, the session presentation will focus on HP best practices and real-world VMware examples. It is recommended that participants have a solid understanding of VMware ESX and HP Virtual Connect.

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VMWare Data Protection Part 3 of 3

For more videos on technology, visit www.Techytube.com By Ahmed@Techytube In this video, we will see how to deploy the Vmware Data Recovery Appliance which is embedded in the Enterprise License (so you wont have to buy additional backup and restore software), it does disk and file level backup and restore. Here are the steps – Download the appliance from VMWare.com site in eval mode – Deploy the appliance – Configure network and password – Add a virtual disk to the appliance – Connect it to your VCenter server – Create your jobs

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VMWARE FUSION 4 free download full version mac-win Keymaker included!!

Free Download Windows : fileme.us Free Download MAC : fileme.us Key maker : fileme.us VMware 4.1.3 Fusion is a virtual machine software product developed by VMware for Macintosh computers with Intel processors. Fusion allows Intel-based Macs to run x86 and x86-64 "guest" operating systems, such as Microsoft Windows, Linux, NetWare and Solaris as virtual machines simultaneously with Mac OS X as the "host" operating system using a combination of paravirtualization, emulation and dynamic recompilation. Fusion, made possible by the Apple–Intel transition, marked VMwares first entry into Macintosh-based x86-virtualization. Fusion utilizes Intel VT present in the Intel Core microarchitecture platform. Much of the underlying technology in Fusion is inherited from other VMware products, such as VMware Workstation, allowing Fusion to offer features such as 64-bit and SMP support from the first beta version onward.Unity view creates a seamless desktop environment between Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X applications. It optionally hides Windows start menu and taskbar and runs the Windows applications directly from the dock in OS X. Further, users can drag and drop files between Windows and the Mac, and use familiar Mac keyboard shortcuts to copy and paste between Windows and Mac applications. It is (almost) fully compatible with Exposé. Fusion windows that are covered by other Fusion windows dont redraw when switching to Exposé, causing visual anomalies. This feature is later <b>…<b>

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How to run two OS at once using VMware

A tutorial on how to run two operating systems simultaneously using VMware Workstation 8. If you liked this video and want to try VMware you can download it and use free for 30 days. Link to VMware : www.vmware.com Why would you need to run two OS at once? Well if you have an old gameprogram that your primary OS doesnt support you can easily install an older OS or newer using VMware. And if youre a Mac user and want to install a program that only works with Windows just use VMware.

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Storage 101 – Virtual storage in VMWare products

For more videos on technology, visit www.Techytube.com By Ahmed@techytube, view more from this author at http In this video, I am going to explain the basics about virtual storage, differences between ISCSI, NAS, Fiber Channel and VMFS which is the VMWare File System which is used to manage virtual disks. A brief introduction of datastores, which are logical volumes. SANs are made up of iSCSI or Fiber Channel as well as FCoE but iSCSI and FC are the more commonly used, with the latter costing more than the first because it demands specific hardware, specific modules and switches (respectively HBA, SFP modules and a fiber channel fabric) but iSCSI uses a standard ethernet port as a connector. iSCSI is easier to deploy than FC, as that requires further expertise during deployment and planning.

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Backtrack 5 R3 Install Vmware Workstation Install

How to create a vmware workstation virtual machine and install Backtrack 5 R3 How to change root password and install gtk-recordmydesktop and synaptic manager Commands to install apps: apt-get install gtk-recordmydesktop -y apt-get install synaptic -y

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VMware vSphere 5

bit.ly — VMware vSphere, the industry-leading virtualization platform for building cloud infrastructures, enables you to run business critical applications with confidence and respond to the business faster.

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Deploying VMWare VCenter Server Appliance

For more videos on technology, visit www.Techytube.com By Ahmed@Techytube Showing the steps required to deploy the vcenter server appliance which contains the tools that help you manage your whole virtual infrastructure.

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