Monthly Archives: April 2014

Downgrading VMware Tools for ESXi VMs

On a freshly built environment (a FlexPod) running vSphere 5.5 Update 1, I ran into an issue with Citrix XenDesktop 7.1. Provisioning desktops using MCS worked fine for machine catalogs without Personal vDisk (PvD), but not for PvD catalogs. Once … Continue reading

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Trend Micro Deep Security Manager 9 (or 8): Replacing the SSL Certificate

Trend Micro Deep Security Manager (DSM) is finicky when it comes to SSL. It uses the Tomcat web server, and its associated Java certificate keystore methodology (which I don’t understand very well), so it’s nontrivial to work with compared to most … Continue reading

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