• How to fix this proble, i have installe VMWARE in Host Server 2003 EP, and configure it as AD, then the host was configured as Backup AD?

    VMWERE as configure as AD, and host Server later configure as BACKUP AD, when I try to reboot the host server can not login to VMWARE any more, any one please help?

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  • VMWare vs. Virtual Server 2005

    Hello, I am looking to deploy a virtual environment that can contain multiple machines (50+), have the machines networked inside the virtual environment, and be accessed remotely by two or more simultaneous users. This is primarily going to be used as a training and test environment. So the remote...

    Mcman19835 pointsBadges:
  • Duplicating VM’s

    I am testing various software packages against a standard OS configuration. I am running VMWARE server. Is there a way to duplicate a VM? I then can run my tests against the standard VM. Delete it and start a new batch against a virgin copy of the configured OS.

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  • Moving Virtual Machines off and on server – VMware ESX 3.5

    I have 3 virtual machines on 1 Dell Poweredge server that is running VMware ESX 3.5. I want to increase the storage space on this server so is it possible to move the VM's off this server while i make the changes and reinstall ESX and add the VM's back?

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:
  • Oracle’s acquistion strategy

    Will acquiring VMware would benefit Oracle helping them to get in to Virtualisation space?

    RLN1235 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2007 SP1 is running on ESX3.5 VMware memory leak

    Exchange 2007 SP1 is running on ESX3.5 VMware. (mailbox VM and HT/CAS running on another VM) 16 Gig Ram allocated to mailbox server 5 Storage groups Runs GREAT for about one week then needs to be rebooted because of a memory leak? This is most noticeable when the Backup Exec job that backs up the...

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  • VMWare ESXi Hypervisor Installation on CentOS 64

    Currently have a virtual installation of SME 7.3 on Centos64/Vmware server for the last year Interested in hearing about the free virtual platform, the ESXi hypervisor What is the difference from the Vmware server that I am running ? Is it true that the ESXi hypervisor will be able to run direct on...

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:
  • VMware ESX 3.5 and Windows XP error message

    Trying to create a virtual Machine on Windows XP using VMware ESX 3.5 and getting the following error “Setup did not find any hard disk drives installed in your computer.”

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless connection in VMware

    I'm trying to use my current wireless connection to connect my VM machine to the internet. Can you please show me how to do that?

    Bug5 pointsBadges:
  • SBS 2008 on VMware Server 2

    Has anyone had experience with running sbs 2008 in a vmware server 2 virtual machine?

    Damc5 pointsBadges:
  • VMware Windows templates Sysprep

    Do I have to absolutly use sysprep after I deploy a windows template? If I dont! what are the positives and negitives?

    Bryster5 pointsBadges:
  • Network Places doesn’t show the systems in VMware

    hi again.. my host os is windows xp.. and my guest os in vmware is vista... this is how i setup connection host with guest.. xp local area connection ip: default gateway : loopback adaptor ip : default gateway : vmnet 1 : default...

    Anup25 pointsBadges:
  • Creating a cluster of physical machines to run virtual machines

    I am wanting to create a cluster of 12 physical machines to be able to run multiple virtual machines. For instance a windows 2003 server running exchange 2003. An linux server running mysql, and perhaps a few others but all in seperate controllable virtual machines that span and use the power of...

    Kgdirect15 pointsBadges:
  • Partitioning VMWare ESX Server 3.5 during installation

    For partitioning VMWare ESX Server 3.5 during installation do you have to use the default configuration or can you edit it. If you can edit it does anyone have any recommeneded schemes to use? Thanks

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:
  • HA vm restart

    Hi blog!! I have ESX 3 server with HA (high availability). If the server ESX crashes my vm's are moved to another ESX server, when all my vm's moved to the new ESX server do they keep their status (power on) or their status change for example they restart. Thanks

    Hechicero15 pointsBadges:
  • Intercompatibility issues with Microsoft and VMware

    Microsoft is saying that they won't support VMware software: "Microsoft does not test or support Microsoft software running together with non-Microsoft hardware or virtualization software". (Source : http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=897615.) I would take it this means that I cannot install MS...

  • TREX 7.1 on VMware3

    Installation of TREX 7.1 on VMware3

    Sani5 pointsBadges:
  • Is there a set of tools that I can install to configure VMware server without IIS?

    Is there a set of tools that I can install to configure VMware server without IIS?

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:
  • VMWare ESXi RAID issues on installation. Dell 600SC server

    I have a Dell Power Edge 600SC server with a RAID card. At the install screen, I press ALT-F1 and I see that the megaraid2 drivers load, but the installation still cannot find a supported device to install too. user submitted question

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:
  • cisco L3 switches 3130G (bladeswitches)

    Hi, Is someone familiar with the cisco 3130G balde swiches? I have a duplex problem with internal fa ports, these are connected internal in the blade chassis. You can't change the duplex speed. I also checked the duplex speed at the esx servers, thats ok. Could it be a defect messanine card? Br,

    CHD5 pointsBadges:

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