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Aug
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comment How is it possible to clone a running VM consistently?
Have you tried taking a snapshot and creating a linked clone? That would keep it consistent, and linked clones clone quickly. You can choose to capture the current memory or not, depending on what you need.
Jul
11
awarded  Critic
Jun
26
comment Jersey web-service token based on hostname
Maybe a firewall on the server itself?
Jun
19
awarded  Analytical
Jun
18
awarded  Commentator
Jun
18
comment Vmware sphere setting up external network
Glad it worked out. I recommend marking your answer as accepted.
Jun
14
comment Specify IP + guest hostname on a virtual machine (without booting it)
As far as I know you can't do this in VCenter. Not sure about Workstation.
Jun
8
accepted DNS for private network - should router be the DNS server?
Jun
8
awarded  Quorum
Jun
7
comment DNS for private network - should router be the DNS server?
Okay, thanks. I just didn't know if there was a "best" way to do this (or a standard to follow).
Jun
7
asked DNS for private network - should router be the DNS server?
Jun
5
comment What application is used to run cmd scripts?
As far as I can tell from this discussion it's cmd.exe: stackoverflow.com/questions/148968/…
May
15
comment What's the best way to accomodate multiple devices that all want to use the same fixed IP address into the same LAN?
out of curiosity, are these physical or virtual devices?
May
14
awarded  Citizen Patrol
May
9
comment Configure dhcp client to connect to the right subnet
while your solution probably would have worked fine and I gave you +1, I decided not to go with it because it requires too much knowledge of the configurations of the specific images of the servers.
May
9
comment Configure dhcp client to connect to the right subnet
solved this with a switch for each subnet and adding new NICs to the router, assigning one to each switch.
May
9
accepted Configure dhcp client to connect to the right subnet
May
9
revised Configure dhcp client to connect to the right subnet
edited body; edited tags
May
8
comment Configure dhcp client to connect to the right subnet
a few problems with your syntax: "dhcp-user-class" should be "user-class", class names should be in quotes, the allow statement must be in the brackets of a pool{} statement with the ip range
May
8
awarded  Editor