Not straightforward to find on the website (but with a little bit of Googling, here it is): an overview of the system requirements for VMware Fusion. All versions are listed:
A very nice article explaining how to migrate from an external Platform Service Controller to an embedded one:
A note about versioning: use the same version of the converge tool as the version of your vCenter and PSC. Otherwise the converge will most likely fail (as it did when using 6.7 tool on a 6.5 environment).
To get rid of Microsoft AutoUpdate on Mac, remove these files and folders:
In the System Library (you need "sudo"):
In your user's Library (needs to be done for each user):
~/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.autoupdate2.plist ~/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.autoupdate.fba.plist ~/Library/Application Support/Microsoft AU Daemon ~/Library/Application Support/Microsoft Update Assistant ~/Library/Saved Application State/com.microsoft.autoupdate2.savedState
Depending on the version (2011 or 2016/O365), you may miss one or more of these files and folders.
You can use Powershell to get the block size of a Windows NTFS volume:
On newer systems:
Get-CimInstance -ClassName Win32_Volume | Select DriveLetter,Label, BlockSize | FT -AutoSize
On older systems, the Get-CimInstance may not be available, in which case you can use the (deprecated) Get-WmiObject:
Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Volume | Select DriveLetter,Label, BlockSize | FT -AutoSize