A little while back, I wrote on Changing your vSwitch Names on ESXi Host. I found another way to do this, but unfortunately, this method ONLY works for NEW vSwitches.
Once the vSwitch has been created, you cannot change the name to something else. If you made a mistake and need to change it, you would need to either:
a. Removing the vSwitch and recreating it
b. Doing the Changing your vSwitch Names on ESXi Host option.
Login to the ESXi Host directly – https://ip-or-hostname/ui/ (note the trailing “/” after ui)
Continue reading Creating vSwitch Names for new vSwitches on ESXi Hosts using Host Web Client
So, today I stumbled across an option to be able to give users a disclaimer to read and accept before logging on to your virtual environment.
This needs to be configured from the Platform Service Controller, using an administrative account (domain based or locally authenticated).
Login to your Platform Service Controller (https://ip_or_hostname_of_psc/psc) This can either be your external or embedded PSC IP or hostname.
Continue reading Login Disclaimer for vSphere Web Client Update 2