Category: vSphere 6

vSphere 6 – How to Join vCenter and PSCs to Active Directory

If you are unable to add Active Directory group permissions to your vCenter 6 environment, then most likely your settings are not configured correctly. The following guide goes through the entire process, however your environment might just be missing one of the processes mentioned in…


vSphere 6 – Fault Tolerance Configuration Guide (Part 1)

In the event of server failures, VMware vSphere Fault Tolerance (vSphere FT) provides continuous availability for applications with as many as four virtual CPUs. It does so by creating a live shadow instance of a VM that is always up to date with…


vSphere 6 – Fault Tolerance Configuration Guide (Part 3)

How to Enable Fault Tolerance for a Virtual Machine

 

Right click on a Virtual Machine and select Fault Tolerance > Turn On Fault Tolerance

 

Click on the dropdown and select Browse…

 

Select a different Datastore than the one currently used and click…


vSphere 6 – Fault Tolerance Configuration Guide (Part 2)

Preparing the Host for Fault Tolerance

 

Click on Home > Host and Clusters

 

Select a host and click on Manager > Networking > VMkernal adapters >

 

Select VMkernel Network Adapter and click on Next

 

 

Choose Select…