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VMWARE Visio Stencils

Posted on 2008-06-19
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I need to document our VMWARE Virtual Infrastructure and I would like to download some Visio Stencils in order to complete this task.  I have not been able to find any on the web , please help
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Here is some:

http://www.vmguru.com/files/Virtualization_2k3.zip

A quick Google search of "vmware visio stencils" should reveal plenty more links.
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Yeah I found the same one I was hoping to find others that are more elaborate.
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I dug up the stencils I used quite awhile ago, maybe these are a bit better.  Just rename the attached file to a .vss extension.
VMware-2k3.txt
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