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I use Windows built in VPN client and L2TP with PSK vpn.Default switch loses connectivity for me when VPN is connected. Is there any configuration which needs to be done?
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This is very useful, thank you, found this from a stackexchange answer
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@areyou1o0 "You're assuming totally outdated data.vCenter / vSphere is a Linux appliance and not a Windows server anymore and this since version 6.x. So VMware no longer needs a single Windows server to manage the vSphere environment.You only pay for the vCenter and what you want in addition, vSAN, ...
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You're assuming totally outdated data.vCenter / vSphere is a Linux appliance and not a Windows server anymore and this since version 6.x. So VMware no longer needs a single Windows server to manage the vSphere environment. You only pay for the vCenter and what you want in addition, vSAN, NSX-T. Thes...
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@areyou1o0 VMware needs separate servers and very strong ones for each one of their components too, I've had my fair share of experience with VMware products too. https://serverfault.com/questions/385105/how-does-vmware-vcenter-server-work-and-what-are-the-benefits-over-vsphere-clien so it's not lik...
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