Author: bgarmon

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 April 26, 2023 The VMware Workspace ONE Tunnel app supports two methods of virtual private…

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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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The day so far

It’s break/fix day for me I’m writing a review for the Turtle Beach Stealth 700 Gen 2…

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Inside the Nintendo Wii U

My son’s Nintendo Wii U stopped powering on a few weeks ago. I no longer use mine…

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Tesla Model 3: One Year Later

I picked up Rodimus Prime, my Tesla Model 3 Standard Plus, on Saturday August 3rd 2019. There…

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What Happens to a Federated Azure tenant when the local Active Directory Dies?

I spent a couple of days on the phone with Microsoft Azure technical support after I found…

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Adventures in 10GB Networking – Part 1

I blame Apple for my long, frustrating, and expensive path to having a 10GB home network. They…

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One you go mac you can never go back

My long distance relationship keeps me travelling between two homes in two different states on a regular…

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Plex’s missing labels

I get frustrated when companies try to simplify things but only make it more confusing to use….

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Well that was embarrassing

Embarrassment is a great tool toward self-improvment. My 12 year old son had a school project where…

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Meet Rodimus Prime

In August 2019 I bought my first Tesla: the Model 3. It’s name is Rodimus Prime. I…

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Happy Easter???!!

What did I do this weekend? Thank you for asking.  The #homelab is getting a substantial upgrade…

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Great Demos via Zoom

I remember someone sending me a video. I remember watching it, and possibly even bookmarking it. I…

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When Google saved a birthday party

My son celebrated his birthday today. Invitations went out weeks ago. It was to be a BYOD…

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