• Backing up entire virtual machines.

    I want to backup all my virtual machines, as a whole. Not just files on a virtual machine, I want to grab the whole virtual machine. Is there a way to automate this? I have about 10 virtual servers, each has between 2-5 virtual machines running. I am using Hyper-V

    ITKE347,785 pointsBadges:
  • Is SATA II disks adequate for running VMs

    I built a Hyper-V server, which has a 6 channel SATA II controller. I will use one disk to run he host OS (Windows 2008 Server Enterprise - Core) and will use the remaining 5 SATA II disks to run VMs on. In addition the system has the capacity to hold 32GB RAM, and has 2 Quad CPU sockets. My...

    BringITon5 pointsBadges:
  • SAP Virtualization

    Anyone other then us virtualizing SAP with multiple Virtualization tools?

    SAPNANO10 pointsBadges:
  • VMware virtual infrastructure and Backup exec 12.5 error

    I have just installed Agent for VMware Virtual Infrastructure on my BackupExec 12.5 server. I have added Virtual Center Server and now am trying to browse it to select what virtual machines to backup but cant connect to VC

    ITKE347,785 pointsBadges:
  • VNC

    I want to setup vnc over a few computers which all have ADSL connections. I never used VNC before and would like to set it up so that those computers can connect to each other for remote desktop sharing.

    Toit51220 pointsBadges:
  • VMware Server on Linux – COM / Serial Port Issues

    We recently received the following question through the www.SearchServerVirtualization.com "Contact Us" Email address: I am running VMware on a linux machine. I cannot communicate through serial port COM1 when working in VMware. It says " Unable to connect to port COM1". Is there any specific...

    David Davis155 pointsBadges:
  • VMware Server 2.0 on Linux machines

    I'm experiencing a problem with VMware Server on a Linux machine. I've installed VMware Server 2.0 and the VMware MUI on a Linux 64-bit server. I am able to bring up the web access GUI and enter the user "root" and the password for "root", but I am getting the following error: "The server was...

  • Cisco PIX emulator for VMWare?

    Is there any Cisco PIX emulator to work under VMWare? I'd like to build a virtual network identical to the real one, so I could always test in the virtual environment before applying any change to the real one.

    Horus5 pointsBadges:
  • Login syntax for ESX 3.5

    Hi all, I'm trying to get WINscp to log into ESH 3.5 so I can copy the VDMK's to a NAS box as a backup procedure, however not sure why I am getting access denied etc. I have put the entries for the firewall SSH client TCP 22 in and trying using scp or sftp. root@hostname.domainname.net.nz and...

    NZSolly15 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up ESX servers

    I have two new ESX servers. I have enterprise VM and I can see that Vmotion is licensed, but it says not used and under the summary it lists Vmotion as not enabled. I have two NICs on my VMkernal for redundnacy. One is running the console. What am I missing?

  • ESX 3.5 Networking on IBM BladeCenter E

    I'm looking for suggestions on the best way to configure failover networking using 4 Cisco IGESM switches in the 4 bays. Currently, I have all 4 ports on each switch configured for GEC, but if a switch fails, there is no failover to one of the other switches. Switch1 is for Service Console, Switch2...

    EFStruttin5 pointsBadges:
  • How to virtuliaze the desktop server running applications in very less time

    I wanted to know how to make a desktop which is used as server running several applications a virtuazed server as i have heard it doesn't take much time may take 5minutes. Regards, Anil C.R

    Gesture5 pointsBadges:
  • De-Duplication Live in production

    We use de-duplication technology for are backups. And I would like to know if someone have tried to implement de-duplication on a bit by bit level in a live production environement? I want to de-duplicate are CIFS volume, are VMWare volume and possibly are SAP volume. so is their somone that dit it...

    Mimo700 pointsBadges:
  • VNC without or with domain

    I want to setup vnc over adsl and some 3g connections over a distance on several computers. Is it needed to configure them as domain controllers or can they be connected just like that? Can someone please help me with the connection setup etc. Tnx Toit

    Toit51220 pointsBadges:
  • Hyper-V remote management tools not working over VPN

    When i try and run some Hyper V remote management tools over the VPN (wireless connection) I receive a "Access Denied: Unable to establish communication" error message. Is this an issue with my VPN? or something else

    ITKE347,785 pointsBadges:
  • “Exchange Virtual Server” member of “exchange domain servers”

    Hello, I had one question, should the EVS be member of the "exchange domain servers" group? My organization's environment is very strictly controlled. While installing exchange on the cluster nodes, i got a permission error and it asked me to add the servers manually into the "exch domain servers"...

    Aknair0 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual PC

    I am preparing to start using an Exchange Server on our network. As part of this preparation, I want to run some tests using Virtual PC. Can anyone tell me how Virtual PC deals with licenses? Will it use up one of my licenses if I install Exchange Server on Virtual PC? Thanks Nick

    Nickc197665 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual vs. physical machines

    What are some of the differences between physical and virtual servers that I need to be aware of?

  • I am plannign for a virtual server esx 3.0.2 in dell 2950 with 24gb ram,dual quad core process and 1.5 tb hdd.WIll i can easily accomodate 10 server

    I am plannign for a virtual server esx 3.0.2 in dell 2950 with 24gb ram,dual quad core process and 1.5 tb hdd.WIll i can easily accomodate 10 server with mixture of app servers and database sql servers ? i m confused about the practical knowledge of implementing maximum number of servers in this...

    Kirankumarh10 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual machine performance management in Hyper-V

    Microsoft Virtual Server provides two ways for managing the priorities of virtual machines: weight-based and constraint-based resource allocation. What's different in Hyper-V?

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