Category: Homelab

Changing the Display Preferences and Resolution for VMs in VMware Fusion

Intro For one issue (documented here), I had to reinstall the VMware tools on a Windows VM. After the reinstall, the screen resolution looked kinda weird. I had one of the highest Resolution on a Retina Display. But since it was so zoomed out, I couldn’t say that I was enjoying the high resolution. Adjusting …read more →

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Hyper-V to VMware Conversion (V2V)

A while ago I started to make also some video’s to help people with certain problems. One of them was changing the language settings in Windows 10, but now I also made a V2V conversion video, since I could not find a video that explained more in-depth about all the different options that are possible or …read more →

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ESXi Install 5.x & 6.x

How to Install ESXi 5.x & 6.x The screenshots are of 5.1. but the setup is almost the same, if not the same to all versions up till 6.5. When you are installing an ESXi host, it is best to use an ISO file that comes directly from the official site of your manufacturing vendor, …read more →

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Building a Home testlab – Part 1: The (Future) Setup

Welcome to “Building a Home testlab” series Since IT is always changing, you need to keep developing yourself to become better and to learn to be flexible with all these changes. Well in case your work supports a great testing environment where you can do as you please, this is maybe less necessary for you. …read more →

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Homelab

Samir of vSAM.proSamir is the author of vSAM.Pro and a Life enthusiast who works as a consultant in the field of IT. With a great passion for Technology & Personal Development, he loves to help people with their problems and challenges, but also inspire them with a positive and unique outlook on life. Besides that, he …read more →

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