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great idea..

 

Hi Buddy,

 

This thread doesn't make any impact on the user's contribution. I know many people in person who is member of this forum from 2009/2010, they didn't make even a single post count.

 

Hit ->Download ->Run

 

You may think this is exaggerated. No, This is true.

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Hi Buddy,

 

This thread doesn't make any impact on the user's contribution. I know many people in person who is member of this forum from 2009/2010, they didn't make even a single post count.

 

Hit ->Download ->Run

 

You may think this is exaggerated. No, This is true.

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well siad

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Hi all,

at the end of the month, i follow VMware vSphere Design Workshop course (VSD 5), then after i will upload the student manual.

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All vmware view vmware vsphere keygen of 5.1

 

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great idea, is possible we could create different section about vertical arguments like vsphere, View, Operations and so on.

I opened a thread into technical section about View.

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Hi Pramod,

 

I have recently started my CCIE R&S practice and using IOU fro lab practice. I'm preparing my own INE based labs, with modified drawing and configuration, the only thing I'm stuck now are the initial configs for Vol 2 and above and how to use tftp server for config backup.

 

Once I get those details, I'll share them here and I'm sure it will help all of us a lot.

 

Thanks,

Kaps

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I'm so glad I found this section. I too am making a career change to specialize in vmware products, however there is so much to learn: storage(NetApp, EMC, FC) and networking (Cisco). I'm a windows sys admin, but in learning vSphere I realize there is other parts of the infrastucture you must know well. I take the vcp510 next month, but look forward to learning NetApp next. Unfortunately, everything needs to be lab based since I don't have access to real storage technology. I wonder if anyone has tips to move forward.

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