Monthly Archives: August 2013

My VCA-DCV Exam Experience

After a long day of VMworld activity I didn’t have the energy for any more downtown SF, so I decided to come back to my hotel room for the night and check out the details of the new VMware VCA … Continue reading

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Generating SSL Certificates for ESXi Hosts using PowerShell

If you have ever had to generate SSL certificates for all of your hosts, you know that this is no trivial task, especially if you have a large environment. I wrote a script that generates the CSR, converts the key … Continue reading

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Cleaning up inactive computer accounts in AD with PowerShell

Have you ever had a need to clean a large number of unused computer accounts out of AD? This can be done quickly and easily with PowerShell. For AD work I personally prefer to use the Dell/Quest ActiveRoles Management Shell of … Continue reading

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My VCAP5-DCA Exam Experience

Well, I took the VCAP5-DCA exam on Monday 8/19, and it was everything the blueprint said it would be. This was by far the most challenging certification exam I have taken to date. Like many others before me have said, I think … Continue reading

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