Local dns server not updating
In the following instructions, we provide steps to specify only the Google Public DNS servers as the primary and secondary servers, to ensure that your setup will correctly use Google Public DNS in all cases.
Some ISPs hard-code their DNS servers into the equipment they provide; if you are using such a device, you will not be able to configure it to use Google Public DNS.
I will caution that you shouldn’t fully take my word for it, as perhaps some newer or older version of tools will not respond to this exact phrasing as planned.
Test it out first to make sure it will go as planned.
There are many reasons both for and against suppressing the reboot process, and I certainly don’t recommend avoiding the reboot for prolonged amounts of time.You can read the documentation on the cmdlet here, or you can see some further examples on VMware’s KB site or on ICT-FREAK’s page of Power CLI one-liners, but the basic code is: The final method is by calling the installer using some remote execution software.This could be any of your third party installers, and I use the example of PSEXEC because it’s so well known.Also, the official VMware documentation seems to ignore any recommended values for the advanced options box.A former colleague of mine asked what to put in the box, so I did some digging with procmon to see exactly what the advanced options box does. The string that I have found to work is as follows: I’ve tested this on ESXi 4.1 and ESXi 5.0 with the same results – the VM is updated without a reboot.