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Create http URL link

Posted on 2007-10-08
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Last Modified: 2012-05-05

I have a VMware image on a server, I need to create a http URL link of the running image, how do i go about this?
Question by:scully9999
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ID: 20039943
VMware Infrastructure 3 (ESX)??  

- Access the web interface of the physical ESX host.  
- Login to Web Access.
- Highlight the VM that you wish to generate a URL for.
- Click "Generate Remote Console URL" listed in the "Commands" box on the right side of the screen.

That's it!

Author Comment

ID: 20041609
I do not have that version of VMware, I have VMware Server Console 1.0.3. Is it not possible to create a url link to the vmware file? I know you can this with Virtual PC?

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iameye earned 1000 total points
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FIRST: Can you get into the web-based management interface at all now?

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