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ESX vcenter how do you search

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how can i search for a server name or IP when I am in ESX vcenter , i have to go and look thru all the servers to find what i am looking for is there a way to search on a specific name ?
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Question by:kaos_theory
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Hi,

try this.
1) Select your Datacenter on the left
2) Select Virtual Machines tabs on the right
3) Order virtual machines as you prefer, name or other columns (you can add columns)

Hope this can help you,
Giovanni Coa
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