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Uploading to WebDAV using powershell

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Its not commonly used, but I find WebDAV to be one of the more useful file transfer methods on the internet. It is secure (as secure as SSL can be), it can be accessed via web browsers, and drives can be mapped to it.The only problem is that (under Windows) it is normally access by […]

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Importing VMware flat.vmdk file

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Someone sent me a file today and told me to import it into VMware. I looked at it briefly and noticed that it was a single file named server-flat.vmdk.Normally VMware uses multiple files, a VMX, a VMDK, and a -FLAT.VMDK, but here I was just given the one. The FLAT file contains all the disk, […]

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SVmotion individual harddisks via PowerShell

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I ran into an issue today where I wanted to SVmotion several large virtual disks to different datastores. I didnt want to use the VC because I would either have to 1) Kick off all migrations at the same time, or 2) wait and watch for each disk to finish before launching the next migration. […]