Author: bgarmon

Fun with driving data

One of my favorite things about Rodimus Prime is how much data he collects. Tesla Inc doesn’t…

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Sony PlayStation 5 First Impressions

I told my girlfriend that I won the Best Buy lottery. It’s a game I play that…

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Fusion, Encryption, ESX 7.x, and a headache

It was supposed to be a simple task: move a Virtual Machine created in VMware Fusion Pro…

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Prep a Virtual Machine for testing VMware Workspace ONE UEM

Last Updated 8/22/2022 to correct macOS Section At least once a week someone asks me why their…

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Using VMware Workspace ONE Tunnel in Per-App VPN mode with Domain Joined Windows clients

Last Updated October 25, 2022 VMware now publishes 2 incompatible versions of the Tunnel app for Windows….

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Oh the things I can’t do without my iPhone

On Saturday I took my Apple iPhone 11 Max Pro to an authorized Apple reseller to have…

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Faking a status bar for iOS upgrades on macOS

Apple macOS users put up with all kinds of quirks in order to simplify the computing experience…

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Using Dell Driver Packs with Workspace ONE Factory Provisioning

For Dell hardware, installing drivers as part of the Workspace ONE Factory Provisioning process can be simple…

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Too Steep To Summon

Parked at the top of my driveway, I tried to Summon Rodimus and was greeted with this…

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The Little NUC

Once upon a time there was an Intel NUC that dreamed of being more powerful. This little…

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