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April 21, 2017

How to Deal with DHCP Failure Caused by Consistent Network Device Naming (VIO)

OpenStack

                    While testing out the latest CentOS 7 QCOW2 cloud image, we ran into an issue where the guest operating system wasn’t able to obtain a DHCP IP address after successful boot. After sometroubleshooting, we quickly realized the NICname was assigned based on predictive consistent networkdevice […]

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by VMware at April 21, 2017 10:14 PM

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Take a vSAN Lab, Win a Drone

Virtual Blocks

Take vSAN&#rsquo;s latest Hands-on Lab: What&#rsquo;s New with vSAN 6.5 and win a drone! Explore features like iSCSI Target, PowerCLI and more.   By signing up, you are automatically entered to win a DJI Mavic Pro drone! Our labs are the fastest and easiest way to test-drive the full technical capabilities of VMware products. These

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by VMware at April 21, 2017 04:43 PM

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Don’t let Your ORAN Expire

VMware Partner News

Download the Quick Reference Guide to learn how to extend your registration for an additional 90-days. Note that the ‘Extension’ button is no longer available.

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by VMware at April 21, 2017 03:59 PM

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Certification Insights: Updating your Email and Account Information

VMware Education and Certification Blog

Changing jobs is an exciting time, with lots of people to notify and documents to update. If you use your employer email address for your VMware Education & Certification (myLearn) account, you&#rsquo;ll want to make sure you change your account information before your last day. Here&#rsquo;s how: After you log into your VMware Certification account, […]

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by VMware at April 21, 2017 03:21 PM

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Firefox & Chrome Threats Top This Week’s Mobile News

Airwatch by VMware

Beware, Firefox and Chrome users. Wordfence reported this week that Firefox and Chrome web browsers are vulnerable to a new threat that lulls users into providing log-in credentials and personal information on fake look-alike sites. Read how to identity these fake sites and protect your personal and work information via today&#rsquo;s AirWatch blog. Microsoft marches […]]>Beware, Firefox and Chrome users.

Wordfence reported this week that Firefox and Chrome web browsers are vulnerable to a new threat that lulls users into providing log-in credentials and personal information on fake look-alike sites. Read how to identity these fake sites and protect your personal and work information via today&#rsquo;s AirWatch blog.

Microsoft marches along with Windows 10.

Microsoft announced this week that it will target March and September every year for major releases to

by VMware at April 21, 2017 03:13 PM

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New Browser Security Threat: What You Need to Know

Airwatch by VMware

The latest cybersecurity threat to you and your users may just lie on the very browser you are using to read this article. A new attack is making the rounds on both Firefox and Chrome browsers (software details below). The threat uses Unicode to register domains that look completely identical to actual domains. Users can […]]>The latest cybersecurity threat to you and your users may just lie on the very browser you are using to read this article.

A new attack is making the rounds on both Firefox and Chrome browsers (software details below). The threat uses Unicode to register domains that look completely identical to actual domains. Users can be fooled into signing into these fake websites, providing login credentials or other personal information and instantly exposing secure information to the attackers.

A new attack tricks users into logging into see

by VMware at April 21, 2017 12:22 PM

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