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Understanding which files make up a virtual machine, including Virtual Machine Disk Format files, can ease VM management tasks, such as cleaning up unnecessary files. This guide explains file names, extensions and the purpose of the file.
If you haven't used it already, you may want to give the VMware Management Asssitant (vMA) a try. It is a remote command-line utility that allows you to use many of the same commands you can currently run on ESX. In part two of this two-part series, we go over configuring user accounts and enabling...