• Hyper-V vs. VMware workload information

    What information will we be able to see against a workload running in Hyper-V vs. that which would we be able to see for a workload running on vmware? This question was asked during the Microsoft System Center live chat on IT Knowledge Exchange in January 2010.

    ITKE344,900 pointsBadges:
  • GPO Configuration in Windows XP

    Please help! Im using VMware Server and installed there Windows server 2008 and Win xp2. I'm done configuring AD and DNS. I'm done joining also XP2 in the domain. My problem is: When I deploying GPO to XP like Show quick launched. Nothing happened to XP. Please help! Thanks

    Kalem5 pointsBadges:
  • VMware ESXi backup solutions

    Looking for a backup solution for esxi 4. Doesnt have to be free but needs to be reliable

    ITKE344,900 pointsBadges:
  • What all benefits of upgrading to vSphere 4 from VI 3.5

    What all benefits of upgrading to vSphere 4 from VI 3.5?

    Palajayit5 pointsBadges:
  • VMware with WDS?

    WDS (Windows Deploynment Service) capture image and Pushing image was not happening in VMware server. anyone can help me for fixing this issue?

    Karthikselvam160 pointsBadges:
  • Vmware Management Interface Connection Issue

    I have setup vmware server 2.0 for Fedora 9 64 bit and also installed vmware-mui for the management interface. I have specified "root" as the login for the web access. I can bring up the UI, but when entered the user "root" and passowrd for "root", I am getting the below error: "The server was...

    Dht5 pointsBadges:
  • using vmware

    I have installed the vmware and when i inserted the linux red hat cd i got in the book then rebooted the vmware and i get this message no bootable device was detectected and Cannot connect virtual device floppy0. No corresponding device is available on the host. Would you like an attempt to be made...

    Don barzini50 pointsBadges:
  • Have you switched from Parallels to VMware Fusion?

    Virtualization users: Have you switched from Parallels to VMware Fusion? What was the main reason(s) behind the switch?

    ITKE344,900 pointsBadges:
  • best laptop for esxi 4.0

    which is the best laptop for esxi 4.0

    Religion15 pointsBadges:
  • crashed disks and virtual installations – VMware Fusion

    I have back ups on another external disk of previously installed windows xp machines. The hard drive crashed on my IMAC machine and the MBR went with the old drive. I have a new hard disk installed with a different installation of windows xp. Is there anyway to retrieve the files that the...

    Jedge535 pointsBadges:
  • can’t ping guest os from the outside LAN

    hi i have configued vmware as xp is my host os and windows2003 as server, i need to make my guest os working like a standalone PC in the LAN,which network setup i need to follow. becuse whenever i tried to make ping from guet os to LAN pc's ts working fine, but same time when i tried to ping from...

    VmwareITspace5 pointsBadges:
  • P2V migration length — VMware

    How can I calculate / estimate the time length of p2v migration with vmware vsphere 4?

    Zvishe5 pointsBadges:
  • VMware doubts

    Why vmware server has use some specific type network card?Why others are not compatable.

    Ganeshtvm5 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual DNS/AD/DHCP Servers with VMWare vSphere

    Hi I decide to set up a simple server at home on my whitebox server by installing VMWare vSphere Server as a host server with all my primary DNS, AD & DHCP as virtual servers on the vSphere Server. As there is no dns server to resolve the vSphere Server hostname. During the initial vSphere Setup, I...

    Leewy5 pointsBadges:
  • PIP1 socket file not getting created

    I am trying to connect the VMWare serial console from my ESX host. The steps I followed: 1. Made the changes into the virtual machine properties.       serialport 1: use named pipe       pipe name: /vmfs/volumes/Storage1/vm1/pipe1       near end: server       far end: the virtual...

    ITKE344,900 pointsBadges:
  • Packing and Unpacking Xen tarballs

    Using vmware I have a generic machine file that I use to quickly stand  up a vm  then customize as I need.  It's a tgz that I use and occasionally unpack and  patch to keep the OS on the generic vm up to date. I'm looking to be able to do that with Xen, but I'm not sure  what files I need to...

    ITKE344,900 pointsBadges:
  • How are you backing up your virtual machines?

    What are you currently using for your virtual machine backups, particularly with VMWare? One of the writers over on SearchDataBackup recently virtual agents rather than the APIs VMWare and others have been rolling out, and I'm wondering if that's true with ITKErs as well.

    Michael Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
  • Datastore on ReadyNAS NV+ disconnects

    I have VMserver 2.0 running and have one of my VMs on a datastore on a Netgear ReadyNAS NV+, when ever I reboot the VMserver the server loses the connection to the NAS and the VM can't be found. I've had to resort to deleting the now missing inaccessable VM, removing the datastore and then adding...

    HankG605 pointsBadges:
  • Size capacity limit for an esx server and Linux VM

    Looking for a centralised file server application which runs on Linux flavour OS.Would like to know what is the disk size capacity which an ESX can hold at the maximum and also the maximum disk size a paticular linux vm can hold ?

    Kirankumarh10 pointsBadges:
  • Data Guard implementation for Oracle 10gR2

    I am making a standby database for dataguard on 10.2.0(windows 2003 VmWare) following this tutorial. I am confused about the standby database creation. I successfully configured the PD with these steps, but I simply ran the oradim command for the standby databae creation then mounted the database...

    ITKE344,900 pointsBadges:

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