“Time is of the essence my dear” This is something that is very true in a Windows domain environment. When the systemtime between servers differs too much, al sorts of problems can arise.¬†For example, in order for Kerberos to function securely, the time difference between the participating machines needs to be less than five minutes. […]

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As a VMware vSphere administrator, one of the important things that you should check for on a regular base is active snapshots on your virtual machines. Keeping snapshots for a long time can affect virtual machine performance negatively. Furthermore, your datastore could completely fill up because of rapidly growing active snapshots, resulting in virtual machines […]

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Hello and welcome to my new blog! I’ve finally decided to start taking my blogging serious. Until this point, I’ve mostly taken information from other blogs to help me solve IT problems I experienced, so it’s about time I started giving something back as well. As I’m planning to learn (and hopefully master) PowerShell, I […]

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