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VMware ESX Server in the Enterprise: Planning and Securing Virtualization Servers by Edward L. Haletky

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Chapter 9. Configuring ESX from a Virtual Center or Host

This chapter is really a continuation of Chapter 8, “Configuring ESX from a Host Connection.” However, this chapter makes use of the VIC connected to either the host or through the VC, whereas Chapter 8 does not make use of VC. This chapter continues the Rosetta stone approach to configuring the ESX Server following the steps that I find most useful. Although these steps are by no means a complete list of configuration tasks, most common and some uncommon ones are discussed.

Configuration Tasks

The following list of configuration tasks (Table 9.1) starts where the list in Chapter 8 left off. These tasks cover the intricacies of configuring the system for future virtual machines hosting. ...

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