Both the security Policies (Mac Address change and Forged Transmits) are concerned with allowing or denying differences between the initial MAC Address in the configuration file (.vmx file) and the effective MAC address in the guest operating system. I would like to understand why these security policies MAC address change and Forged transmits is set to Accept in VMware standard switches where as these policies are set to Reject on distributed switch?
Can anyone help me to understand why these settings are set different in Standard and Distributed switch?
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If we need to check who deleted a Virtual Machine from our vCenter. Looking this task in logs can be painful and spend lot of time, so the best way to check this is in the vCenter DB.
Just connect to vCenter DB(default DB should be VCDB and using…
Last article we focus in how to VMware: How to create and use VMs TAGs – Part 1 so before follow this article and perform the next tasks, you should read the first article how to create the TAG before using them in Veeam Backup Jobs.
Teach the user how to use vSphere Update Manager to update the VMware Tools and virtual machine hardware version
Open vSphere Client: Review manual processes for updating VMware Tools and virtual hardware versions: Create a new baseline group in vSp…