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Software Component Properties in vRA

So you are used to using vRA software component properties. You therefore know how powerful they are for performing Guest OS operations during a build request. They can be seen by the user. which is the issue. That is fine if that’s the intention (such as initial password). It can be pain if you want to expose internal properties to a Guest OS. This post explains how to be able to remove software component properties…

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Using jq in Bash to manage JSON content

No doubt you already use Bash for a wide range of tasks, consequently are already aware it’s purely a procedural scripting language and not object oriented? For the majority of tasks this is fine, however there are times when objects are useful; enter jq, a lightweight and flexible command-line JSON processor. This post explains how to use jq to convert data into JSON and therefore an object. Say you have a file in /root/ with…

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