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How do I migrate a VM from one VC to another?

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Hello,

We have two Virtual Centers. One in our production network and one in our lab. I need to move a VM that was built in the lab into the production Virtual infrastructure. What is the best way to do this? I suspect I will have to SSH to the ESX host on which the VM resides and move the files manually? Should I make it into a template first? Is there an easier way to do it?
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Thank you. Simple answer to a simple question! Appreciate the speedy response!
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