virtual server

Virtual Machine (VM) is a guest server hosted on a VM host. The ACCC VM service includes maintenance of the physical environment such as power, cooling, physical security and networking, system monitoring, patches and upgrades, backups, business continuity and disaster recovery, and performance tuning.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, and SUSE Linux

There are 3 ways to connect to your Windows virtual server:

  1. Remote Desktop (preferred)
  2. vSphere client (download vSphere client)
  3. vSphere web client

The address you'll have to use in the vSphere client is:

You can connect CDs, DVDs and ISOs to your virtual server using the Vsphere client from your local computer.  

For convenient and secure access to ACCC managed servers, we support using SSH key pairs to access these services. An SSH public/private key pair acts like a lock and key both customized for your access. When you register an SSH public key it will be uploaded to all ACCC managed servers on which you have an account on within an hour. You will then be able to use your private key to access the server. The same public/private key pair is used for all systems, though you can upload multiple public keys if you like.

To add, remove or update users of a Linux virtual server:

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