Hello Daniel. I had the issue where my ESXi hosts unable to communicate with my vCenter server and other servers on same virtual switch. I figured it out, it is communication problem between legacy network adapter and standard network adapter. I had to use legacy network adapter on all of my servers and ESXi host for them to communicate. My lab is up and running. I have another issue where a virtual machine is not powering on. I’m wondering if you had the same issue. I get this error message.
“VMware ESX and Hyper-V are not compatible. Remove the Hyper-V role from the system before running VMware ESX.
It looks like it is nesting issue. Thought?
I have two main VMware environments, back-end and customer facing and I have vKernel monitoring on the customer facing environment. Each day I get a cool report, Capacity Monitor Datastore Statistics Report, which gives me some useful information (total space, allocated space, free space, commited %, utilized %). My experience with powershell is related to Exchange and not VMware so all the commands available are new and I am just learning them. So far I have not found a way to get this same type of information (very useful with thin provisioned disks) using powershell.