Common Network Utilities in Linux

Computers are connected in a network to exchange information or resources each other. Maintaining of system and network up and running is an essentials task of System or Network Administrator’s job. In this tutorial, I will explain various tools which can be useful when networking with other computers both within the network and across the internet,… Read More »

Installing VMware Tools in openSUSE 12.3

What is VMware Tools VMware Tools is an optional, free set of drivers and utilities that enhances both the performance of a virtual machine’s guest operating system and interaction between the guest and the host. From time to time I find clients have not installed the VMware tools in their virtual machine’s (VM) operating system.… Read More »

Installing Arch Linux 2013.05.01 + Xfce 4.10 in VMware Workstation 9

What is Arch Linux? Arch Linux is an independently developed general purpose GNU/Linux distribution. Development focuses on simplicity, minimalism. Arch Linux was founded by Canadian programmer Judd Vinet. Its first formal release, Arch Linux 0.1, was on March 11, 2002. Although Arch is completely independent, it draws inspiration from the simplicity of other distributions including… Read More »

Event ID: 16 Client Access server failed to proxy Exchange Web Services to Active Directory site

Log Name:      Application Source:        MSExchange Web Services Event ID:      16 Task Category: Core Level:         Error Keywords:      Classic User:          N/A Description: Client Access server Internet-Facing-CAS-Name failed to proxy Exchange Web Services to Active Directory site CN=Default-First-Site-Name,CN=Sites,CN=Configuration,DC=yourdomain,DC=tld because there are no applicable Client Access servers in the destination site. Please check the configuration of the servers in… Read More »

VMware vSphere 5 features a new ESXi firewall

VMware vSphere 5 features a new ESXi firewall that you can configure though the vSphere Client or command line. The addition brings a feature to ESXi 5 that was previously found only in the recently discontinued ESX hypervisor. VMware argued that ESXi didn’t require a firewall, because the lightweight hypervisor had hardly any services or… Read More »