Why am I linking to this new blog? It's a complimentary gesture, for a complementary blog.
If you're anything like me, a home lab virtualization enthusiast, then you may also find Brian Graf's strong selection of useful articles quite handy.
I first came across this particular article, when doing a little VMware Converter research:
where Brian explains:
After doing WAY too many conversions with converter I decided I was sick and tired of turning off the SSL encryption manually, closing the open files and folders, and restarting the VMware converter worker service.
so with this gem in mind, I went ahead updated the related article of mine:
which is still growing in popularity, even after 15 months and counting. That means I have a good shot here at helping many people, by linking to Brian's tip.
Here's more of Brian's great stuff:
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