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  • Presenting a data store to Multiple ESX environment

    I have a vSphere 4.0 environment and I have some LUNs from an EMC presented to the hosts in the vShpere environment. I have recently set up another environment with vShpere 4.1 and I would like to know if I can present the same LUNs to the new environment (vSphere 4.1) while they are still...

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  • How to move LUNs to new Virtual Machine

    I'm using vSphere 4.0, ESX 4.0, and have a DELL CX 300 SAN with LUNs that are attached to a DELL blade server w/hba. I need to move the LUN's from the blade serve and attach them to a new VM. I know that I need to use RDM but not sure where to start or how to proceed. Do I have to move or copy data...

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  • 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:
  • 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:
  • VSphere 4.0 Upgrade

    Hi, I would like to know what is involved in upgrading VMware ESX server 3.5 to VSphere 4.0. Any recommendations on best practices of doing this? Here is a list of questions that I would like to know What steps are involved for the upgrade process?How does the upgrade process work? If something...

    Ubersol5 pointsBadges:
  • Windows server 2003 dc promo error on vshere 4.0

    I am getting the following error when running DCpromo trying to join an existing domain on the server Operation failed:The network location cannot be reached I checked and made sure there were no issues with our network connections

    JimmyIT1,725 pointsBadges:
  • VMware backtracking on vSphere Enterprise Edition phaseout

    As you may have read, VMware is backtracking on its end-of-availability for vSphere Enterprise Edition, extending its availability indefinitely. Are you confused about it? Relieved? Has this announcement affected your decisionmaking process for upgrades in the future?

    JennyMack4,280 pointsBadges:
  • Clarrification on VSphere with vCenter

    There are 3 Questions that i would like to know of . Till date , We have our ESX Servers added as part of Virtual Center through its IP address . We are planning to remove and add it using its FQDN . In this scenario , Will we be able to retain the performance data of the ESX Server and Virtual...

    Sudhrsn5 pointsBadges:
  • Free version of vSphere 4.0 like ESXi 3.5?

    Is there going to be a free version of vSphere 4.0 like ESXi 3.5? Moderator Note: This is a submitted question

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