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New Frontiers with VMware Horizon Blast Extreme and Remote Experience

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Blast Extreme Innovations Within a span of few years, VMware’s Blast Extreme has become the protocol of choice for VMware Horizon customers, thanks to the rapid rate of innovation that has consistently fueled it. The Horizon 7.10 release has only catapulted Horizon’s Blast Extreme and Remote Experience to dizzying new heights. Blast Extreme has always […]

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vSphere 6.0 Reaches End Of General Support (EOGS) in March 2020

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  We would like to remind you that the End of General Support (EOGS) for vSphere 6.0 and the below listed products is March 12, 2020. This includes the following releases: vCenter Server 6.0 vCenter Update Manager 6.0 ESXi 6.0 Site Recovery Manager 6.0 and 6.1 vSAN 6.0, 6.1 and 6.2 vSphere Data Protection 6.0 and

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Adding vCenter Cloud Gateway Proxy Exceptions

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I was recently asked about whether or not we could add proxy exceptions to the vCenter Cloud Gateway appliance to ensure that all local traffic i.e. traffic to the on-premises vCenter does not go through the corporate proxy. For those who are not aware, the vCenter Cloud Gateway allows Hybrid Linked Mode between an on-premises vCenter and a vCenter residing in VMC without the requirements on opening specific ports from VMC back to on-premises. The only ports that are required are TCP/443 and TCP/902 as per the pre-requisites:

When checking the VAMI interface on the vCenter Cloud Gateway appliance the only options for proxy are enabling or disabling for HTTP, HTTPS and FTP, there is no option to add exceptions:

To add exceptions you need to use the API. The get the list of current proxy exceptions you can use:

GET https://:5480/rest/appliance/networking/noproxy

If you want to add entries you can do a PUT against the following URL:

PUT https://:5480/rest/appliance/networking/noproxy

with the following JSON:

{
    “servers”: [
        “localhost”,
        “127.0.0.1”,
        “10.0.0.0” ** Add networks that require exception **
    ]
}

localhost and 127.0.0.1 are always added

In the below example I GET the current list of proxy exceptions:

I then PUT two new exceptions into the list (10.0.0.0 and 192.168.1.0):

Then finally do another GET to show the full list:

Tech Zone Sponsored Content at VMworld Europe 2019

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It’s that time of the year again – VMworld is just around the corner! Today’s post is geared towards VMware Horizon and Workspace ONE admins who are going to; or planning to go to VMworld. It explains which sessions cover technical content you won’t want to miss, calls out the hands-on labs you’ll definitely want to […]

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We Have Lift Off: Version 2 of vSAN Beginner Odyssey Game

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We just made updates to the HOL-2008-04-ODY – vSAN Beginner Odyssey Lab based on user feedback. Version 2 of the VMware vSAN Beginner Odyssey Lab is now live! Congratulations to Anthony Laurente, Jonas Weber, and Danilo Coppola on ranking at the top of our global vSAN version 1 leaderboard! Keep an eye out for our […]

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Ansible, Windows and PowerShell: the Basics – Part 4, Invoking PowerShell Code

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In Part 4 of this series we’ll continue our journey with Ansible, Windows and PowerShell and look at how we can use Ansible to invoke PowerShell code directly. Our job template in AWX to test out the possible different scenarios is _3_invoke-powershell The contents of _3_invoke-powershell.yml are are follows: There are three main options we … Continue reading Ansible, Windows and PowerShell: the Basics – Part 4, Invoking PowerShell Code

Top 20 articles for NSX, September 2019

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Status of TLSv1.1/1.2 Enablement and TLSv1.0 Disablement across VMware products vCenter Server or Platform Services Controller certificate validation error messages for external solutions in environments with a External Platform Services Controller vCenter Server or Platform Services Controller certificate validation error for external VMware Solutions in vSphere 6.0 Guest Introspection status reports “Warning: Guest Introspection service

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