• VMware on diskless workstation

    Can anyone tell me if it is possible run a VM workstation instance on a computer with no HD?

    T2turner5 pointsBadges:
  • Adding HP SAN P4000G2 to an existing cluster????

    I appologize in advance for my newb terminology but I have no experince in this at all. I have an environment running on vmware esxi 4.1 and HP lefthand san p4000 g2. currently their san is set RAID5 with one LUN and two datastores but they are running out of space and getting some major DISK IO...

    Hassan78875 pointsBadges:
  • Help increasing size of C: drive in Windows 2000 Server

    I have a Windows 2000 server virtual machine running in VMware, which is running low on free space on its C: drive. Do you know of a way to increase the size of this C: drive system volume? I can easily increase the size of the space available to the virtual machine from within the VMware...

    WindowsServerATE335 pointsBadges:
  • uninstall program

    I downloaded a free version of Pc Performer from PerformerSoft.LLC. As a pensioner I do not want to purchase the full program. Its not for me. I have tried to uninstall theough Control Panel. (I know how to do this) I get this error message. C:ProgramFilesPC Performerinins.ooo.msg I have emaild the...

    Roddersh5 pointsBadges:
  • How to run virtual machine in MacBook created in external harddisk from PC running Windows XP Home?

    I wanted to transfer my Windows XP Home applications and setup to my MacBook running on Leopard OS. After using the free VMware Converter on my PC to create a virtual machine (VM) in an external harddisk and copying it to my MacBook, I realised something else is needed to run it. Do I need to buy...

    Lpengkee5 pointsBadges:
  • Network in VMware workstation

    I have installed Win Xp Sp2 using VmWare workstation 6.5 in windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit OS. But, I am not able to access the internet in that Xp OS. When I pinged, am getting the reply, but when I tried to access websites using Internet Explorer it is saying that wepage could not be displayed.

    Badri25 pointsBadges:
  • New Contest: ASK, Answer and win some Amazon.com gift cards

    It's that time again -- a chance to win an Amazon.com gift certificate based on your activity in the IT Knowledge Exchange community! Remember: the more you ask, answer and discuss questions, the more Knowledge Points you will earn. (Only valid questions, answers and discussions will be counted...

    ITKE342,450 pointsBadges:
  • rename VMware storage adapter

    Added several HBA's to an ESXi host - is there a way to rename them from "vmhba#" to something else, and where is that done? Looked through Vsphere client and couldn't see anything.

    GDow15 pointsBadges:
  • Deleted delta.vmdk files

    Our delta.vmdk files were deleted by "accident" and our VM's now no longer power on. How can we replace them?

    Cantdoit5 pointsBadges:
  • Open IT Forum: What would you like to see from VMWorld 2011?

    IT Knowledge Exchange is hitting the desert sands once more to bring you live coverage from VMWorld 2011. Let us know what vendors you'd like explored, what tracks you'd like covered, and what general information you're looking to see coming from the conference. You can leave your requests in the...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • vmplayer from vmware.org question

    what virtual player image file do i need to click for a xp image inside a win 7 host.  Another way is to ask , if i use the virtual vmplayer does it need to click on middle button before clicking the image file or after to load a xp image file in a virtual world for host win7, this way i can test...

    Mauibysea10 pointsBadges:
  • VMware server 3.5

    Hello, What is the cheaper package I need to have two virtual machines running on the same server, sharing the Network card, that can actually see (ping) each other? Can I do this with the Standard or enterprise VMware ESXi that has no cost? Thank you and best regards,

    CiscoEngineer5 pointsBadges:
  • VM server Hardware

    Hi reader, I would like to mount a private lab to install VMWare ESX or XENapp and put on it some VM with server 2003 and Linux debian. What hardware configuration should I buy to this aim. I just wish to have a minimal cost configuration. thank you for the answer

    mcnguyen15 pointsBadges:
  • Server hangs when adding a network adapter after a P-V

    Did a P-V on a windows 2003 SP1 system.  When adding a network card, the OS hangs and the only way to get it back is to reboot the system.   Any idea what is preventing the system from adding the network driver?

    Smithjl25 pointsBadges:
  • Bluearc and VMWare

    Hi, Has anybody had any experience or looked into running vmware using a bluearc mercury 55 as storage?  Wondering if you can share any insights into design considerations or architecture? Thanks, Aldo

    Deeboy5 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual Machine reset

    I had a VMWare Server 2.0 Guest reset itself.  Some of the data that was on the Virtual disk has vanished.  Does anyone have any ideas if this data is recoverable?  If Yes, would you mind sharing the process? Regards

    Tlrjohn15 pointsBadges:
  • Will Microsoft catch up with VMware?

    Bridget Botelho, a news writer for SearchServerVirtualization.com, recently investigated Microsoft's prospects in cloud computing and virtualization against VMware. What do you think -- how does Microsoft stack up against VMware's offerings, and do you think the future holds any significant change?

    JennyMack4,280 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting external hard drive to VM software

    What external hard drives are compatible with VM software?

    Ricopersaud145 pointsBadges:
  • VMware Orchestrator Server service doen’t start automatically at Windows boot-up

    The start-up type of the Orchestrator Sever Service is set as automatic, still the VMware Orchestrator Server service doen't start automatically at Windows boot-up. I also checked the Event-viewer and found out the following error : " The VMware vCenter Orchestrator Server service terminated with...

    ashishpicha5 pointsBadges:
  • Resizing VMware virtual disk

    Hi There, I have a laptop with VMware that I use for product demos, testing stuff & evaluating software. I have several virtual OS all working fine. But in one of them, a WinXP SP2, I am running out of virtual disk space on the boot partition. I am trying to resize this partition but I have read...

    Hedgehog0 pointsBadges:

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