• Can you still have more virtual environments on one machine with VMWare than Hyper-V?

    one of the things I have read is the fact you can still have more virtual environments on one machine with VMWare than hyper V This question is from the 7/30 Microsoft Virtualization Chat on ITKnowledgeExchange.com

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  • Loading .ISO on VMWARE

    I have recently been experimenting with VMWARE. I am having problems installing LINUX MINT for a new Virtual Machine. I downloaded the .ISO from the Linux site. I can not seem to find the ISO after downloading it.    

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  • How to present an EMC Storage LUN to Windows 2003

    We have virtualized a number of our servers (with VMWare) and updated our CA Arcserve backup software. Arcserve suggest having a backup proxy server and a backup server. I have installed VCB on the backup proxy server. This is right out of CA's installation manual:

    TXShelbyman5 pointsBadges:
  • How can I turn on VM guest OS’s from the command Line VMware esx 3.5

    using VMware esx 3.5 How can I turn on VM guest OS's from the command Line

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  • VMware guests network traffic

    If I have a iSCSI target server and a regular Windows 2003 server on the same host, will the iSCSI network traffic between the 2 VMWare guests stay internal or does it actually somehow goes out and back in.

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  • Is the ability to manage other companies’ virtualization products in your console an important feature to you?

    Is the ability to manage other companies' virtualization products in your console (eg, managing VMware in Hyper-V, etc) an important feature to you?

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  • How would explain the core differences in Hyper-V from VMware’s offerings?

    How would explain the core differences in Hyper-V from VMware's offerings? This question is from the 7/30 Microsoft Virtualization Chat on ITKnowledgeExchange.com

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  • VM Fusion – Mac and Windows preferences

    Hi, I switch back and forth between the Mac OS X interface and Windows in VM Fusion. When I switch, I have to go into preferences and change the right button on the mouse to the appropriate setting: Primary or Secondary. In the Mac platform I don't like the right button to be set to Secondary. Does...

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  • Migrating VMWare Server 1.0 to 2.0

    Migrate virtual machines I have the vmserver 1.0, in this server the files "yyy.vmx" not found. In the vmserver 2.0 the files "yyy.vmx" exist. How to migrate my vm of vmserver 1.0 to vmserver 2.0 ? Tks

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  • Does my virtualcenter have to be on a domain to function with View Composer?

    I have a virtual center connected to 2 esx hosts. I have view composer installed on the virtual center machine. Does that machine have to be on a domain for me to enable View Composer in the VMWare connection server?

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  • what is the difference between esx , esx server , esxi

    what is the difference between esx , esx server , esxi

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  • ESX vSwitch command line question

    Is there a command line way of increasing a vSwitch port count?

    Pharcyde5 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual Desktop Infrastructure for OS X Leopard?

    I've got VMware Server 1.06 running on Suse 10. I downloaded DiscCloud VMware Appliance and got a OS X Leopard desktop working in about 15 minutes. However, I can't get the virtual appliance working on ESX. Does it have to be converted? Does anyone know how to do this?

    ArtisanGuild5 pointsBadges:
  • NIC Bridging on VM problem

    I have a ESXI 4.0 host with 4 nics setup for teaming (fault tolerance and load balancing). I have 2 vms setup on the host, when I setup bridging using 2 or more nics on the vm, the bridge nic shows bytes sent but 0 bytes received and the physical nics show sent bytes 0 and bytes being received. I...

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  • NIC Bridging

    Should I use nic bridging on the vm guest that is on a single vlan if the esxi 4.0 host nics configured for teaming? Why or Why not?

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  • Problem bridging nics that have been teamed on ESXI 4.0

    The NIC teaming (Load Balancing) is setup on the ESXI 4.0 host, and when I attempt to setup bridging on the Windows 2003 Server VM guest, the VM stops communicating.

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  • French windows xp sp2 vmware on ESX 3.5 server performance problem

    I have VMware ESX Server 3.5.0 server and i am accessing it from VMware infrastructure client version 2.5.0. I created a new virtual machine with french windows xp sp2 using LSI logic controller following the instructions on the below link:...

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  • Trying to Uninstall Vmware

    while uninstalling vmware a message informed me that i need to close an application which was, "Vmware Authorization Service". And the two options i had to choose was to either close the app. and try to restart them or to not cloase and manually reboot the CPU. I chose the first option, to close...

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  • Use VMware Snapshot of Another Machine?

    Hi, Someone at my company inadvertently hit "Revert to Snapshot" and lost the current configuration (of Machine A). I have a copy of a snapshot from another machine (Machine B) that I would like to use. Can I? If so, how do I set it up? I can't find any documentation on this. Thanks.

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  • How to do a backup with ghettoVCB to a datastore in another ESXi Server

    Hello, I have a little quuestion. I have got 2 servers ESXi, and I want to do a backup from Server1/datastore1 to Server2/datastore2. It's possible to do this backup with ghettoVCB. Very thanks for all

    Xarcom10 pointsBadges:

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