• Reviving a dead PC with physical-to-virtual conversion

    No need to have a funeral just yet. If your PC experiences a failure, you can use a P2V conversion of the hard drive to access all your applications and data from a virtual desktop.

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  • Microsoft deprecates the SCVMM P2V feature: Now what?

    SCVMM 2012 R2 no longer supports P2V, but Microsoft didn't leave virtual administrators completely in the dark.

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  • Which conversion tool do you use in your data center?

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  • Performing Windows P2V conversion with PlateSpin Migrate

    This step-by-step lesson explains how to use PlateSpin Migrate to perform physical-to-virtual conversion for Windows servers and simplify a sometimes-complex process.

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  • How P2V tools can help you choose between Hyper-V and VMware

    Hyper-V or VMware? The question's not going away, but migration planning products can help you give a more informed answer.

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  • Troubleshooting failed VMware Converter P2V migrations

    A failed VMware Converter physical-to-virtual migration has numerous sources of potential failure, and even your best-laid plans may not prevent a problem. But this tip offers detailed troubleshooting to identify the problem.

    Eric Siebert1,615 pointsBadges:
  • Citrix XenServer tip: Doing a physical-to-virtual conversion

    Follow these steps to use Citrix XenServer's physical-to-virtual (P2V) conversion module, and learn when using third-party P2V tools would be a be better option. XenServer's module only works with certain operating system, such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux and SuSE Enterprise Server and a few...

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  • Vizioncore esxRanger protects physical boxes via P2V

    By licensing P2V software from Invirtus, Vizioncore is giving esxRanger users a way to protect physical, nonvirtualized servers in the event of a disaster.

    Alex Barrett3,615 pointsBadges:
  • Which third-party P2V tools have you tried?

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  • Three scenarios when it’s worth paying for third-party P2V tools

    Third-party P2V tools are expensive, but there are some important use cases that make a robust P2V migration product well worth the expense.

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