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It's fine. W32Time (Windows Time) is now a "trigger start" service, where before in earlier versions of Windows it used to run 24x7. You should have no problem relying on the virtual machine time integration service. Or, if Azure doesn't utilize the VM IC time integration service, you could take this document as evidence of how your Azure VM would be ...


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Are your 2 VMs on the same Virtual Network? You will have to specify your DNS server on the management portal. More info here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/azure/jj156088.aspx


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You can setup NAT for your VM manually for example like this: Create another bridge: brctl addbr xenbr1 Add it to your VM: bridge=xenbr1 Bring the bridge UP with some network, for example ifconfig xenbr1 192.168.0.1/24 up Setup a DHCP server and configuration for your network subnet 192.168.0.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 { range 192.168.0.10 192.168.0.50; ...


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If your guest OS is configured to use NAT, you should forward your host's port 80 to your guest's port 80. That's if you want to access webpages on your guest OS using the normal http port. If your guest OS is configured to use bridged then it should automatically be available on your network as long as it managed to acquire IP from your router/DHCP server ...


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libvirt connects to ESXi hosts using ssh and esxcli commands. This doesn't work both ways, e.g. a vSphere server cannot control libvirt based hosts. If you need such a feature, you shouldn't be demanding it from the folks who wrote libvirt, you should be demanding it from VMWare. The same goes for any other functionality in a vmware product you are using. ...


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You cannot have the same IP address in two separate broadcast domains. Remove 192.168.63.254 from eth1 Once your routing is sorted, I'll assume you have the firewall off, or appropriate services allowed in. Start with the firewall off, then if required, turn it on once things are otherwise working. You may need to set sysctl -w net.ipv4.ip_forward=1 so the ...


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The most important difference I can see between the two services is that App-V enables you to virtualize almost any application in-house and deliver it to your users, whereas Jump Box is a collection of 50 pre-chosen applications you can use in your environment. These applications are varied and when I flipped through I saw PostgreSQL, some blogging ...



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