Imported Hotfixes for Windows 2008 R2 Clustering

Imported Hotfixes for Windows 2008 R2 Clustering:

NTFS.sys

2814923          “0x0000009E” Stop error and disk volumes cannot be brought online on a Windows Server 2008 R2-based failover cluster
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2814923/EN-US

MPIO

2754704          A hotfix is available that provides a mechanism for DSM to notify MPIO that a particular path is back to online in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2754704/EN-US

storport.sys

2780444          “0x0000012E” Stop error occurs when an application sends a 12-byte SCSI opcode to an iSCSI target in Windows Vista SP2, Windows Server 2008 SP2, Windows 7 SP1, and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2780444/EN-US

msiscsi

2684681          Iscsicpl.exe process stops responding when you try to reconnect a storage device to a computer that is running Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, or Windows Server 2008 R2
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2684681/EN-US

rdbss

2670567 “0x000000027” Stop error when you copy a file from a redirected folder in Windows 7 or in Windows Server 2008 R2
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2670567/EN-US

Kernel

2805853          “0x0000008E” Stop error on a computer that is running Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2805853/EN-US

RPCSS

2756999 Handle leak occurs on a COM client that is running on a Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 computer
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2756999/EN-US

Mrxsmb10

2727324 Computer stops responding after you connect to an SMB 1 server in Windows 7 or in Windows Server 2008 R2
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2727324/EN-US

Mrxsmb20

2778834          File becomes corrupted when you try to overwrite the file while it is opened by another user on a computer that is running Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2778834/EN-US

TCPIP

2519644          Stop code in the tcpip.sys driver on a computer that is running Windows Server 2008 R2: 0x000000D1
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2519644/EN-US

2524478          The network location profile changes from “Domain” to “Public” in Windows 7 or in Windows Server 2008 R2
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2524478/EN-US

Setting Cluster Time outs for Microsoft Clustering on vSphere

I created a little script that set the correct time outs:

mscstimeoutsonvsphere.ps1:
import-module failoverclusters
get-cluster | fl *subnet*
(get-cluster).SameSubnetDelay = 1000
(get-cluster).SameSubnetThreshold = 10
(get-cluster).CrossSubnetDelay = 2000
(get-cluster).CrossSubnetThreshold = 10
get-cluster | fl *subnet*

Source:
Microsoft Cluster Service (MSCS) support on ESXi/ESX (1004617)
Guidelines for Microsoft Clustering on vSphere (1037959)

Hyper-V Reporting Script

Serhat AKINCI, a Hyper-V MVP, has just posted this very useful script:

https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Hyper-V-Reporting-Script-4adaf5d0

In his own words:

It can be difficult to monitor and assess resources in large Hyper-V environments. This PowerShell based script helps you to understand virtualization inventory, capacity and general resource availability in your Standalone or Clustered Hyper-V Environment.

Highlights
  • More than 2600+ lines of PowerShell, HTML and CSS code examples.
  • Creates a plain but detailed and user-friendly HTML report which is compatible with all modern browsers.
  • Provides more detailed information via tooltips in the HTML report. (cells with asterisks and highlights)
  • Checks and installs required runtime environment prerequisites like Hyper-V and Clustering PowerShell.
  • Collects information by using standard Hyper-V and Clustering PowerShell cmdlets and custom WMI queries.
  • Shows alerts in the report for certain situations (utilizations, VM checkpoints, replication status, etc.)
  • Can be used directly from command-line or as a scheduled Windows task.
  • Supports report delivery via e-mail with advanced options. (authentication, TLS/SSL, multiple recipients)
  • Includes a mode that reports only alerts in the Hyper-V environment. (aka Highlights Only mode)
  • Advanced error handling and logging. (Console messages and log file)

You can see an full example report here: http://www.serhatakinci.com/files/get-hypervreport-v1-0-demo-output.html
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Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V Component Architecture Poster

Provides a visual reference for understanding key Hyper-V technologies in Windows Server 2012 R2 and focuses on Generation 2 virtual machines, Hyper-V with virtual hard disk sharing, online virtual hard disk resizing, storage quality-of-service, enhanced session mode, live migration, Hyper-V failover clustering, and upgrading your private cloud

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Microsoft Virtualization for VMware Professionals Jump Start

The “Microsoft Virtualization for VMware Professionals” Jump Start is specially tailored for VMware and Microsoft virtualization technology pros. This cutting-edge course features expert instruction and real-world demonstrations of Hyper-V, many components of the System Center Suite, including VMM 2012, and a myriad of VDI solutions. This course is designed for Data Center Managers, IT Professionals, IT Decision Makers, Network Administrators, Storage/Infrastructure Administrators & Architects. Expert IT infrastructure consultant, Corey Hynes, and Microsoft Technical Evangelist, Symon Perriman, leveraged an engaging "team teaching" approach which makes the class as entertaining as it is educational Smile

Virtualization Jump Start (01): Virtualization Overview
Virtualization Jump Start (02): Differentiating Microsoft & VMware
Virtualization Jump Start (03a): Hyper-V Deployment Options & Architecture | Part 1
Virtualization Jump Start (03b): Hyper-V Deployment Options & Architecture | Part 2
Virtualization Jump Start (04): High-Availability & Clustering
Virtualization Jump Start (05): System Center Suite Overview with focus on DPM
Virtualization Jump Start (06): Automation with Opalis, Service Manager & PowerShell
Virtualization Jump Start (07): System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012
Virtualization Jump Start (08): Private Cloud Solutions, Architecture & VMM Self-Service Portal 2.0
Virtualization Jump Start (09): Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Architecture | Part 1
Virtualization Jump Start (10): Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Architecture | Part 2
Virtualization Jump Start (11): v-Alliance Solution Overview
Virtualization Jump Start (12): Application Delivery for VDI

Download all the Video’s:
Video: WMV | WMV (ZIP) | PSP
Audio: WMA | MP3

Now only finding some spare time to watch’s these video’s Winking smile

VMware vSphere 4.1 Released

WHAT’S NEW:

Installation and Deployment

Storage

  • Boot from SAN. vSphere 4.1 enables ESXi boot from SAN (BFN). iSCSI, FCoE, and Fibre Channel boot are supported. Refer to the Hardware Compatibility Guide for the latest list of NICs and Converged Adapters that are supported with iSCSI boot. See the iSCSI SAN Configuration Guide and the Fibre Channel SAN Configuration Guide.
  • Hardware Acceleration with vStorage APIs for Array Integration (VAAI). ESX can offload specific storage operations to compliant storage hardware. With storage hardware assistance, ESX performs these operations faster and consumes less CPU, memory, and storage fabric bandwidth. See the ESX Configuration Guide and the ESXi Configuration Guide.
  • Storage Performance Statistics. vSphere 4.1 offers enhanced visibility into storage throughput and latency of hosts and virtual machines, and aids in troubleshooting storage performance issues. NFS statistics are now available in vCenter Server performance charts, as well as esxtop. New VMDK and datastore statistics are included. All statistics are available through the vSphere SDK. See the vSphere Datacenter Administration Guide.
  • Storage I/O Control. This feature provides quality-of-service capabilities for storage I/O in the form of I/O shares and limits that are enforced across all virtual machines accessing a datastore, regardless of which host they are running on. Using Storage I/O Control, vSphere administrators can ensure that the most important virtual machines get adequate I/O resources even in times of congestion. See the vSphere Resource Management Guide.
  • iSCSI Hardware Offloads. vSphere 4.1 enables 10Gb iSCSI hardware offloads (Broadcom 57711) and 1Gb iSCSI hardware offloads (Broadcom 5709). See the ESX Configuration Guide, the ESXi Configuration Guide, and the iSCSI SAN Configuration Guide.
  • NFS Performance Enhancements. Networking performance for NFS has been optimized to improve throughput and reduce CPU usage. See the ESX Configuration Guide and the ESXi Configuration Guide.

Network

Availability

  • Windows Failover Clustering with VMware HA. Clustered Virtual Machines that utilize Windows Failover Clustering/Microsoft Cluster Service are now fully supported in conjunction with VMware HA. See Setup for Failover Clustering and Microsoft Cluster Service.
  • VMware HA Scalability Improvements. VMware HA has the same limits for virtual machines per host, hosts per cluster, and virtual machines per cluster as vSphere. See Configuration Maximums for VMware vSphere 4.1 for details about the limitations for this release.
  • VMware HA Healthcheck and Operational Status. The VMware HA dashboard in the vSphere Client provides a new detailed window called Cluster Operational Status. This window displays more information about the current VMware HA operational status, including the specific status and errors for each host in the VMware HA cluster. See the vSphere Availability Guide.
  • VMware Fault Tolerance (FT) Enhancements. vSphere 4.1 introduces an FT-specific versioning-control mechanism that allows the Primary and Secondary VMs to run on FT-compatible hosts at different but compatible patch levels. vSphere 4.1 differentiates between events that are logged for a Primary VM and those that are logged for its Secondary VM, and reports why a host might not support FT. In addition, you can disable VMware HA when FT-enabled virtual machines are deployed in a cluster, allowing for cluster maintenance operations without turning off FT. See the vSphere Availability Guide.
  • DRS Interoperability for VMware HA and Fault Tolerance (FT). FT-enabled virtual machines can take advantage of DRS functionality for load balancing and initial placement. In addition, VMware HA and DRS are tightly integrated, which allows VMware HA to restart virtual machines in more situations. See the vSphere Availability Guide.
  • Enhanced Network Logging Performance. Fault Tolerance (FT) network logging performance allows improved throughput and reduced CPU usage. In addition, you can use vmxnet3 vNICs in FT-enabled virtual machines. See the vSphere Availability Guide.
  • Concurrent VMware Data Recovery Sessions. vSphere 4.1 provides the ability to concurrently manage multiple VMware Data Recovery appliances. See the VMware Data Recovery Administration Guide.
  • vStorage APIs for Data Protection (VADP) Enhancements. VADP now offers VSS quiescing support for Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 servers. This enables application-consistent backup and restore operations for Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 applications.

Management

  • vCLI Enhancements. vCLI adds options for SCSI, VAAI, network, and virtual machine control, including the ability to terminate an unresponsive virtual machine. In addition, vSphere 4.1 provides controls that allow you to log vCLI activity. See the vSphere Command-Line Interface Installation and Scripting Guide and the vSphere Command-Line Interface Reference.
  • Lockdown Mode Enhancements. VMware ESXi 4.1 lockdown mode allows the administrator to tightly restrict access to the ESXi Direct Console User Interface (DCUI) and Tech Support Mode (TSM). When lockdown mode is enabled, DCUI access is restricted to the root user, while access to Tech Support Mode is completely disabled for all users. With lockdown mode enabled, access to the host for management or monitoring using CIM is possible only through vCenter Server. Direct access to the host using the vSphere Client is not permitted. See the ESXi Configuration Guide.
  • Access Virtual Machine Serial Ports Over the Network. You can redirect virtual machine serial ports over a standard network link in vSphere 4.1. This enables solutions such as third-party virtual serial port concentrators for virtual machine serial console management or monitoring. See the vSphere Virtual Machine Administration Guide.
  • vCenter Converter Hyper-V Import. vCenter Converter allows users to point to a Hyper-V machine. Converter displays the virtual machines running on the Hyper-V system, and users can select a powered-off virtual machine to import to a VMware destination. See the vCenter Converter Installation and Administration Guide.
  • Enhancements to Host Profiles. You can use Host Profiles to roll out administrator password changes in vSphere 4.1. Enhancements also include improved Cisco Nexus 1000V support and PCI device ordering configuration. See the ESX Configuration Guide and the ESXi Configuration Guide.
  • Unattended Authentication in vSphere Management Assistant (vMA). vMA 4.1 offers improved authentication capability, including integration with Active Directory and commands to configure the connection. See VMware vSphere Management Assistant.
  • Updated Deployment Environment in vSphere Management Assistant (vMA). The updated deployment environment in vMA 4.1 is fully compatible with vMA 4.0. A significant change is the transition from RHEL to CentOS. See VMware vSphere Management Assistant.
  • vCenter Orchestrator 64-bit Support. vCenter Orchestrator 4.1 provides a client and server for 64-bit installations, with an optional 32-bit client. The performance of the Orchestrator server on 64-bit installations is greatly enhanced, as compared to running the server on a 32-bit machine. See the vCenter Orchestrator Installation and Configuration Guide.
  • Improved Support for Handling Recalled Patches in vCenter Update Manager. Update Manager 4.1 immediately sends critical notifications about recalled ESX and related patches. In addition, Update Manager prevents you from installing a recalled patch that you might have already downloaded. This feature also helps you identify hosts where recalled patches might already be installed. See the vCenter Update Manager Installation and Administration Guide.
  • License Reporting Manager. The License Reporting Manager provides a centralized interface for all license keys for vSphere 4.1 products in a virtual IT infrastructure and their respective usage. You can view and generate reports on license keys and usage for different time periods with the License Reporting Manager. A historical record of the utilization per license key is maintained in the vCenter Server database. See the vSphere Datacenter Administration Guide.
  • Power Management Improvements. ESX 4.1 takes advantage of deep sleep states to further reduce power consumption during idle periods. The vSphere Client has a simple user interface that allows you to choose one of four host power management policies. In addition, you can view the history of host power consumption and power cap information on the vSphere Client Performance tab on newer platforms with integrated power meters. See the vSphere Datacenter Administration Guide.

Platform Enhancements

  • Performance and Scalability Improvements. vSphere 4.1 includes numerous enhancements that increase performance and scalability.
    • vCenter Server 4.1 can support three times more virtual machines and hosts per system, as well as more concurrent instances of the vSphere Client and a larger number of virtual machines per cluster than vCenter Server 4.0. The scalability limits of Linked Mode, vMotion, and vNetwork Distributed Switch have also increased.
    • New optimizations have been implemented for AMD-V and Intel VT-x architectures, while memory utilization efficiency has been improved still further using Memory Compression. Storage enhancements have led to significant performance improvements in NFS environments. VDI operations, virtual machine provisioning and power operations, and vMotion have enhanced performance as well.

    See Configuration Maximums for VMware vSphere 4.1.

  • Reduced Overhead Memory. vSphere 4.1 reduces the amount of overhead memory required, especially when running large virtual machines on systems with CPUs that provide hardware MMU support (AMD RVI or Intel EPT).
  • DRS Virtual Machine Host Affinity Rules. DRS provides the ability to set constraints that restrict placement of a virtual machine to a subset of hosts in a cluster. This feature is useful for enforcing host-based ISV licensing models, as well as keeping sets of virtual machines on different racks or blade systems for availability reasons. See the vSphere Resource Management Guide.
  • Memory Compression. Compressed memory is a new level of the memory hierarchy, between RAM and disk. Slower than memory, but much faster than disk, compressed memory improves the performance of virtual machines when memory is under contention, because less virtual memory is swapped to disk. See the vSphere Resource Management Guide.
  • vMotion Enhancements. In vSphere 4.1, vMotion enhancements significantly reduce the overall time for host evacuations, with support for more simultaneous virtual machine migrations and faster individual virtual machine migrations. The result is a performance improvement of up to 8x for an individual virtual machine migration, and support for four to eight simultaneous vMotion migrations per host, depending on the vMotion network adapter (1GbE or 10GbE respectively). See the vSphere Datacenter Administration Guide.
  • ESX/ESXi Active Directory Integration. Integration with Microsoft Active Directory allows seamless user authentication for ESX/ESXi. You can maintain users and groups in Active Directory for centralized user management and you can assign privileges to users or groups on ESX/ESXi hosts. In vSphere 4.1, integration with Active Directory allows you to roll out permission rules to hosts by using Host Profiles. See the ESX Configuration Guide and the ESXi Configuration Guide.
  • Configuring USB Device Passthrough from an ESX/ESXi Host to a Virtual Machine. You can configure a virtual machine to use USB devices that are connected to an ESX/ESXi host where the virtual machine is running. The connection is maintained even if you migrate the virtual machine using vMotion. See the vSphere Virtual Machine Administration Guide.
  • Improvements in Enhanced vMotion Compatibility. vSphere 4.1 includes an AMD Opteron Gen. 3 (no 3DNow!™) EVC mode that prepares clusters for vMotion compatibility with future AMD processors. EVC also provides numerous usability improvements, including the display of EVC modes for virtual machines, more timely error detection, better error messages, and the reduced need to restart virtual machines. See the vSphere Datacenter Administration Guide.

Partner Ecosystem

  • vCenter Update Manager Support for Provisioning, Patching, and Upgrading EMC’s ESX PowerPath Module. vCenter Update Manager can provision, patch, and upgrade third-party modules that you can install on ESX, such as EMC’s PowerPath multipathing software. Using the capability of Update Manager to set policies using the Baseline construct and the comprehensive Compliance Dashboard, you can simplify provisioning, patching, and upgrade of the PowerPath module at scale. See the vCenter Update Manager Installation and Administration Guide.
  • User-configurable Number of Virtual CPUs per Virtual Socket. You can configure virtual machines to have multiple virtual CPUs reside in a single virtual socket, with each virtual CPU appearing to the guest operating system as a single core. Previously, virtual machines were restricted to having only one virtual CPU per virtual socket. See the vSphere Virtual Machine Administration Guide.
  • Expanded List of Supported Processors. The list of supported processors has been expanded for ESX 4.1. To determine which processors are compatible with this release, use the Hardware Compatibility Guide. Among the supported processors is the Intel Xeon 7500 Series processor, code-named Nehalem-EX (up to 8 sockets).

You can download VMware vSphere 4.1 HERE

Free E-Book – GNU/Linux Advanced Administration

I am not a Linux fan. Maybe for interesting for any Linux sysadmin

Copy:
The GNU/Linux systems have reached an important level of maturity, allowing to integrate them in almost any kind of work environment, from a desktop PC to the sever facilities of a big company.

In this ebook "The GNU/Linux Operating System", the main contents are related with system administration. You will learn how to install and configure several computer services, and how to optimize and synchronize the resources using GNU/Linux.

The topics covered in this 500+ page eBook include Linux network, server and data administration, Linux kernel, security, clustering, configuration, tuning, optimization, migration and coexistence with non-Linux systems. A must read for any serious Linux system admin.

Download click on the picture
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FREE eBook: The SysAdmin Handbook

Een aantal mensen van Red-Gate hebben weer een mooi ebook geschreven wat elke Microsoft/Exchange beheerder moeten weten. Het is een samenvatting van The Best of
Simple Talk SysAdmin

De Onderwerpen:

Exchange
– High Availability in Exchange 2007
– Message Hygiene in Exchange Server 200731
– Using Exchange 2007 for Resource Booking
– Controlling Email Messages using Exchange’s Transport Rules
– Exchange 2007 Mailbox Server Clustering
– Top Tips for Exchange Admins
– Exchange Database Technologies
– Message Classifications in Exchange 2007
– Deploying Exchange 2007 on Windows Server 2008
– Exchange Server Log File Replay
– Configuring Exchange Server 2007 to Support Information Rights Management
– Reporting on Mobile Device Activity Using Exchange 2007 ActiveSync Logs
– Online Exchange Backups
– Optimizing Exchange Server 2007
– Exchange: Recovery Storage Groups
– Exchange E-mail Addresses and the Outlook Address Cache
– Upgrading to Exchange Server 2007
– Goodbye Exchange ExMerge, Hello Export-Mailbox
– Determining MS Exchange Disk Performance
– Upgrading to Exchange Server 2007: Part 2
– Message Tracking in Exchange 2007
– Third Party High Availability and Disaster Recovery Tools for Microsoft Exchange Server
– Exchange Server 2010 – The First Public Beta Version
– Emulating the Exchange 2003 RUS for Out-of-Band Mailbox Provisioning in Exchange 2007
– Using Exchange 2007 Transport Rules to Protect the First Entry in the Address Book
– Cluster Continuous Replication Network Design
– Building an Exchange Server 2007 environment
– An Introduction to Messaging Records Management
– Installing Hyper-V and Beyond
– Restricting Outlook Client Versions in Exchange 2007
– Using Twitter and PowerShell to Find Technical Information and Join a Community
– Update: Exchange Server 2010 Release Candidate
– Exchange backups on Windows Server 2008
– Moving to Office Communications Server 2007 R2
– Monitoring and Scheduling Exchange 2007 Database Online Maintenance
– Exchange 2010 High Availability
– Implementing Cluster Replication – Part 1
– The Active Directory Recycle Bin in Windows Server 2008 R2
– Using Group Policy to Restrict the use of PST Files
– Introduction to Exchange Server 2010
– The Ego and the System Administrator
– Implementing Windows Server 2008 File System Quotas
– Implementing Cluster Continuous Replication, Part 2
– Active Directory Management with PowerShell in Windows Server 2008 R2
– Upgrade Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010
– Customizing the Outlook Address Book

General Articles
– A SysAdmin’s Guide to Change Management
– A SysAdmin’s Guide to Users
– Change Management – What It Is and Why You Need It
– Manage Stress Before it Kills You
– Hiring System Administrators
– Increase Your Value as a Professional in the Technical Industry
– The Art of Dealing with People

Virtualization
– Virtual Exchange Servers
– Virtualizing Exchange: points for discussion
– Build Your Own Virtualized Test Lab
– A Beginner’s Guide to Virtualizing Exchange Server – Part 1
– A Beginner’s Guide to Virtualizing Exchange Server – Part 2
– Windows Server Virtualisation: Hyper-V, an Introduction
– Increasing the Availability of Virtualized Applications and Services
– Microsoft Hyper-V Networking and Configuration – Part 1

Unified Messaging
– An Introduction to Unified Messaging
– Moving to Office Communications Server 2007 R2

PowerShell
– Managing Exchange 2007 Mailbox Quotas with Windows PowerShell
– So You Thought PowerShell Was Only For Exchange 2007

Downloaden klik op het boek

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Installeren Windows 7 RSAT unattended

Feature Names:
RemoteServerAdministrationTools
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-ServerManager

RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles

RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-CertificateServices
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-CertificateServices-CA
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-CertificateServices-OnlineResponder
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-AD
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-AD-DS
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-AD-DS-SnapIns
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-AD-DS-AdministrativeCenter
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-AD-DS-NIS
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-AD-LDS
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-AD-Powershell
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-DHCP
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-DNS
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-FileServices
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-FileServices-Dfs
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-FileServices-Fsrm
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-FileServices-StorageMgmt
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-HyperV
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-RDS
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Features

RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Features-BitLocker
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Features-Clustering
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Features-GP
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Features-LoadBalancing
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Features-SmtpServer
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Features-StorageExplorer
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Features-StorageManager
RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Features-Wsrm

Step 1. Installatie the RSAT MSU pakket

wusa  x86fre_GRMRSAT_MSU.msu /quiet  (x86)
wusa  amd64fre_GRMRSATX_MSU.msu /quiet  (x64)

Stap 2 Alle beschikbare opties:

dism /Online /Get-Features

Stap 3: Aanzetten van de beschikbare Opties

dism /Online /Enable-Feature /FeatureName:<FeatureName>

Voorbeeld
Ik wil Active Directory snap ins uitrollen.

wusa Windows6.1-KB958830-x86.msu /quiet
dism /online /enable-feature /featurename:RemoteServerAdministrationTools
dism /online /enable-feature /featurename:RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles
dism /online /enable-feature /featurename:RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-AD
dism /online /enable-feature /featurename:RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-AD-DS
dism /online /enable-feature /featurename:RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-AD-DS-SnapIns

VMWare vSphere ESX 4 Update 1 informatie

Collega van mij Virtual Ief heeft een mooi artikel geschreven waarin een complete over zicht van alle updates die Update 1 voor vSphere 4 beschreven zijn.  Lees het complete artikel hier

VMware ESX 4 Update 1 verbeteringen:
– VMware View 4.0
– Windows 7 and Windows 2008 R2 support
Enhanced Clustering Support for Microsoft Windows
– Enhanced VMware Paravirtualized SCSI Support
– Improved vNetwork Distributed Switch Performance
– Increase in vCPU per Core Limit
Enablement of Intel Xeon Processor 3400
The new VMware ESX 4 update 1 build is 208167

VMware vCenter Server 4.0 Update 1 verbeteringen:
– IBM DB2 Database Support for vCenter Server
– VMware View 4.0 support
– Windows 7 and Windows 2008 R2
– Pre-Upgrade Checker Tool
HA Cluster Configuration Maximum
VMware recommends installing vCenter Server on a 64-bit Windows operating system.

VMware Data Recovery (vDR) version 1.1 verbeteringen:
– File Level Restore Functionality is Officially Supported
– Integrity Check Stability and Performance Improved
– Integrity Checks Provides Improved Progress Information
– Enhanced CIFS Shares Support

vSphere PowerCLI 4.0 Update 1 verbeteringen:
– Downloaden doe je HIER.

VMware vCenter Server Heartbeat 5.5 Update 2 verbeteringen:
– Support for Windows Server 2008 SP1 and SP2 (x86/x64)
– Support for Windows Server 2003 Enterprise SP2 (x64Protection of VMware vCenter Management   Web – Services
– Introduction of the WinZip Self-Extracting executable file for Setup
– 60-day evaluation
– Tomcat Monitoring Rule