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adorai posted:

Webex

I usually share RDP/putty/etc from my PC. Am I doing it wrong?

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adorai posted:

depends. A lot of times we have vendors in that need to "do research" and I am not a fan of giving up my PC for 3 hours. Share the console session in VMware, and you can continue working. In my experience if you RDP to the server and then share a webex session inside of RDP, they lose mouse control if you minimize the window.

Good point. This does happen to me quite often.

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Muslim Wookie posted:

Is there any way to mount an FC presented LUN to a Server 2008R2 Hyper-V *Guest*?

The key issue here is I need a LUN presented and recognised as a NetApp LUN in the guest OS, as opposed to a generic IDE or SCSI driver. I understand a virtual FC HBA is a feature of 2012 Hyper-V but assuming upgrading the hosts is not an option, do I have anything else I can try?

You can definitely do physical disk and LUN passthrough on 2008R2 Hyper-V (not supported with failover clustering). You don't even need a volume on it. But recognizing it as a LUN on the guest is a tough requirement -- I can't see how it's possible without an HBA.

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