PowerCLI Collection: PowerNSX DFW Synchronization Script

Reading Time: 4 minutes At several EUC projects we have a testing Workspace ONE environment(s) where desktop image and application packaging takes place, and a production Workspace ONE environment where only tested and approved items from the test are released. The environments are separated into vCenter/NSX managers. Actually, the production ones are even more separated in management and two or … Continue reading »PowerCLI Collection: PowerNSX DFW Synchronization Script

PowerCLI Collection: PowerNSX Horizon Jumpstart script ready to rumble

Reading Time: 5 minutes A few blog posts ago (https://www.pascalswereld.nl/2017/08/24/nsx-for-desktop-jumpstart-microsegmentation-with-horizon-service-installer-fling/) I wrote about using the Horizon Service Installer fling for adding Horizon services to NSX for Desktop. From that blog post, I have been continuing to evolve the services file with services, sections, and rules that will normally appear in an EUC solution with VMware products. I tried to maintain … Continue reading »PowerCLI Collection: PowerNSX Horizon Jumpstart script ready to rumble

PowerCLI Collection: PowerNSX Desktop Jumpstart and process YAML (yml) config file

Reading Time: 7 minutes In my last blog post (https://www.pascalswereld.nl/2017/08/24/nsx-for-desktop-jumpstart-microsegmentation-with-horizon-service-installer-fling/) I wrote about using the Horizon Service Installer fling for adding Horizon services to NSX for Desktop. From that blog post I have been evolving the services file with services and rules that will normally appear in an EUC solution with VMware products. Not just sticking with Horizon 7, … Continue reading »PowerCLI Collection: PowerNSX Desktop Jumpstart and process YAML (yml) config file

Powershell: Patching XenServer

Reading Time: 5 minutes And now for something different….. Last week I was tasked with the question to be able to automate applying multiple patches to a XenServer instead of admins doing the patching manually. Sure no problem, we can do this with Powershell. Requirements. I am using XE.exe from the XenCenter installer to control the XenServers. xe.exe needs … Continue reading »Powershell: Patching XenServer