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how to define the datastore location for xendesktop in vmware 3.5?

Posted on 2009-05-13
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Hi Guys,
I'm using the vmware infrastucture for xendesktop and i have successfully created desktops using xendesktop wizard from provisioning server, but when i had a look the configuration file is getting stored on a SAN storage disk, which is used by another virtual machine in the same vmware infrastucture.but  i don't have enough empty space to start the virtual machines on the disk, so all the virtual desktops created are getting failed to poweron.so all i want to know is is there anyway i can manually change the datastore location for these virtual machines to someother SAN storage disk, so that i won't have this space problem.?
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guys,
i have managed to find the solution my self. so pls refund the points administrator.
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bye the way , the solution is bydefault the vdesktop will be created on the same datastore as vtemplate.
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I think you can just close your question. Or accept your answer as the solution ...
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