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Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast we talk to Scott Herold about Vizioncore and VESI. We’re also joined in studio byÂ Scott Moss, VP of theÂ Southeast Management User Group, a local friend, and fan of the show.
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- Andy Schneider, James Brundage and others will be heading up theÂ Script Club in SeattleÂ on Apr 21st
- Now announcing:Â WMI team blog
- Going to TechEd next month? Hal has a birds of a feather session on day 3 titled “Practical PowerShell: Best Practices from the Field“
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- rfoust : ## tell me about vOptimizer Pro. Â Does it resize C: partitions if a D: is right behind it?
- rfoust : ## what do you think about hyper-v – will it ever compete w/ vmware?
- rfoust : ## will vOptimizer realign without taking downtime, or i guess it has to reboot, right?
- ScottMoss : ## does vfoglight integrate with Microsoft Operations Manager?
- rfoust : ## know of any good docs for deploying Exchange in vmware? Vmotioning a CCR cluster really isn’t supported, huh? 🙂
- spowser : ## Can the resize work the opposite way? Â Go from small to large disk?
- meson : ## How about XenServer?
- rfoust : ## is vmware anywhere close to lpars?
- spowser : ## Will Ecoshell be able to extendshrink disks or is that IP of Vizioncore?
- cartershanklin : ## Do you think VESI will focus on an area, reporting for example?
- cartershanklin : ## Are you embracing/extending the notion of PowerGUI lockdown?
- cartershanklin : Maybe Scott can talk a bit about lockdown and why it matters.
- cartershanklin : ## Will VESI support VMware Update Manager?
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