Monthly Archives: June 2015

VMworld Session is a Go!

Last week I found out that my abstract has been accepted as an official session for VMworld in San Francisco! I original blogged about submitting an abstract here. The title is: STO4856 Designing for Mass Failover with Site Recovery Manager: Lessons Learned from a Customer Deployment Last year I was invited to take part in… Read More »

Changing Site Recovery Manager DB Password

Who doesn’t love changing password right? Since I own the SRM implementation, I was sent a compliance task to change all of the passwords. With SRM there are up to five passwords typically: Password that runs the Windows SRM Service (this is helpful so that you can run scripts on the SRM server in the same context) Password… Read More »