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Redo files are set for differential disk type stuff (e.g. you have a "locked" source VMDK disk and one or more virtual machines that use that as a source and write their 'changes' to the Redo file rather than to the vmdk. The error you're seeing there suggests that the virtual machine's bios is set to boot from the network only, and isn't finding a source ...


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The Windows DNS server will listen on and register DNS records for every network adapter that is bound to the DNS server. The fix is to unbind the VMware network adapters in the DNS Server management console. You should also configure the VMware network adapters to not register in DNS in the Advanced properties of the IPv4 of each of those network adapters.


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I've run VNC sessions over much less bandwidth (<1Mb/s) across links which should have much greater latency than your setup and found it quite usable. I don't think the network is your problem. "Slow" is not a very good description. That might mean: lag - there is a delay between events being triggered and appearing on screen. This would be ...


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If you can't setup a split tunnel, add a NIC to the guest You can add multiple NIC's to the guest operating system. One NIC for the tunnel and another for LAN access. You may get some strange routing issues if your VPN tunnel has a quad-zero route bound to it though. The scenario would be ALL traffic goes out the tunnel EXCEPT LAN traffic on the 2nd NIC. ...


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You don't need two NICs for this. What you do need is to configure a route to your local network after bringing up the tunnel. Note that some VPN software (not sure about GlobalProtect) will detect this type of trickery and prevent it or disconnect. You may want to talk to your GlobalProtect administrator about setting up split tunneling for your purposes. ...


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Your vendor is selling you a simple story to explain something that can be complicated, but theirs is a bit off. For starters: Hyper Threading does not give you extra cores, it just abstracts task switching away from the operating system and does it on-chip. This gives the appearance of multiple threads to the operating system, so that it can allocate tasks ...



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