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Notes on adding Remote Apps to Windows Server 2012

  1. Add RDS role.
  2. Add Licensing server after editing Deployment Properties.  This step has to be done with a user that does not have Folder Redirection enabled or a firewall configuration error on the licesing server wont let the wizard finish correctly.
  3. Go to IIS and install a certificate that would be trusted by the workstations.  Bind the new certificate to the server´s websites.
  4. Create your RemoteApp collection.
  5. Go to the workstation and add the Remote App through RemoteApp connection and desktop.




Hyper-V configuration files and virtual hard disks default storage


“C:\Users\Public\Documents\Hyper-V\Virtual Hard Disks”

Reference: http://goo.gl/1mb9oI

Dell Customized VMware ESXI images

To download the Dell customized VMware ESXi 4.x and 5.0 images, go to Dell support website (Go to http://support.dell.com -> Select ‘Support for Enterprise IT’ -> Go to ‘Drivers and Downloads’-> ’Enter Service tag’ or select ‘Choose from a list of all Dell products’ option -> Select ‘Servers, Storage, & Networking’ option -> Select ‘PowerEdge’ -> Select the system as per your configuration -> Once the system is selected, Select the ‘Operating System’ as ESXi 4.x or ESXi 5.0 as per your requirement -> Click ‘Enterprise Solutions’ sub tab -> The ISO image is listed there ). The Dell customized VMware ESXi 4.x and Dell Customized VMware ESXi 5.0 images are also available @ VMware Support & Downloads page.

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Cómo licenciar System Center 2012?

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Almacenamiento en Hyper-V

Interesante articulo con una descripción completa sobre almacenamiento par Hyper-V:




Hyper-V y la contención de CPU

Uso de recuros en Hyper-V:


y consideracione para ajustar el uso de CPU.

VMWare Server 2, The VMware Host Agent service terminated with service-specific error


Solution suggested in this entry:

“I just ran into this problem with VMware 2.0 RC2. After reading this post, I checked into the logs and config files and discovered a corrupted xml file named ‘datastores.xml’. When I opened it, I saw a bunch of dots instead of xml-formatted text.

It was located in C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersApplication DataVMwareVMware Serverhostd. There was another file named “datastores.xml.default” in this directory, so I backed up the corrupt file, made a copy of datastores.xml.default and renamed it to “datastores.xml”. VMware started up without a hitch.”