Hi - I'm somewhat new to ESX and this my first attempt at converting a physical machine to virtual using VMWare Converter V3.03. Initially, I tried the remote conversion option (installing agent on Win2K machine, with reboot) but the process would only allow new virtual to be defined for WKStation or Server. I choose to install VMConverter on Win2K physical machine and the option to direct new virtual machine to our ESX 3.5 server was successfully defined. We do not have a VCenter license at this time, only ESX. I have 3 'disks', 2 are multi-disk configurations (raid 1 and raid 5). The disks are set as drive C-raid1 17GB (4.6 GB free), drive D-17GB (13 GB free), drive E-raid5 102GB (34GB free). VMWare Converter picks up drive C as a 'multi' disk, but drive d&e tagged as 'disk'. When I initiate the conversion, the process fails very quickly with the following error:"ERROR: Failed to take snapshot of a source volume. Possible causes include not having any NTFS volumes on Windows XP or Windows 2003 source systems, and not having enough free disk space." I'm converting a Win2K Server, which I thought was possible with VMWare Converter - am I wrong here?. On source machine, in Windows Admin Tools, under Disk Management - All drives are setup as NTFS, C is Dynamic and D&E are Basic. I'm not sure why this fails, any help would be appreciated. The source machine is also a domain controller, I've read where this can be an issue as well. Thanks in advance.