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Does Vmware ESXi  read and function with gsx virtual machines
will i be able to copy my virtual machines and run them on Vmware ESXi

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No, you will need to use VMWare Converter (free) to convert your VM from GSX to ESX format. Very easy and works well.
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Here is the link for you: http://www.vmware.com/download/converter/
 
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