Monthly Archives: June 2015

Why you should attend VMUG UserCon (Video)

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Why you should attend a VMUG UserCon in a city near you !

For those new to VMware or scarred veterans of many years, there is a lot to get out of attending a VMUG Usercon especially if you dont have the option of going to the VMWorld conference. Here is a list … Continue reading

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3 Reasons to attend VMUG UserCon

Especially if you are new to VMware, attending a VMUG UserCon is one of the best things that you can do.  This is an event that goes all day long.  You start meeting your fellow VMWare Users around 7:30 in the … Continue reading

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Make your own console cable (audio)

This is the audio version of my podcast where I show how to make your own console cable.  This is a little more flexible than using the console cable that Cisco used to supply because you can make the cable any … Continue reading

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Make your own console cable (Video)

This is the video version of my podcast where I show how to make your own console cable.  This is a little more flexible than using the console cable that Cisco used to supply because you can make the cable … Continue reading

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3 steps to your own console cable

Now that Cisco no longer ships console cables with their devices by default (unless ordered at the time of purchase), you may find yourself without a console cable or at some point find the tab on the RJ45 adapter has … Continue reading

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