Waclaw Chrabaszcz
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June 2013 Entries

SCVMM – Round 2 – How to create a Private Cloud using PowerShell

Have you ever seen "A Bridge too far" movie? To not to wake up a click too far, it is good to script some tasks. Yes of course we can follow wizards, but some of us want to be warriorsJ. A small tip, take a look on credentials and system GUID examples. I don't know how about you, but for me it will be really useful in the future. # credents$credential = Get-CredentialNew-SCRunAsAc... -Name "TESTDOMAIN\Administrator" -Credential $credential #storage $opsMgrServerCredential = Get-SCRunAsAccount -Name ......

XenApp 6.5 – How to create and set a Policy using PowerShell

Here is my homework Add-PSSnapin -name Citrix.Common.* -ErrorAction SilentlyContinueNew-Item LocalFarmGpo:\User\MyPolicycd LocalFarmGpo:\User\MyPolicy... .\MinimumEncryptionLevel State EnabledSet-ItemProperty .\MinimumEncryptionLevel Value Bits128cd LocalFarmGpo:\User\MyPolicy... -Name "All Servers" -Value "All Servers"Set-ItemProperty LocalFarmGpo:\User\MyPolicy -Name Priority -Value 2 So cute … ......

Ready? Steady? SCVMM!

SCVMM 2012 plays a key role in Microsoft Private Cloud concept. Mixed with SCOM, SCSM and Orchestrator offers you end2end solution when we talking about the Private Cloud. Let's install one. In this case manual installation will be better choice than automation. To pass all prerequisites I would recommend Windows Server 2012 (with PorweShell 3.0), SQL Server 2012 SP1 and ADK. My goal is to install SCVVM and enable PRO tips. For non-SCVMM guys: PRO tips requires SCOM server in the environment and ......