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Is it possible to use a vmware esx located image on vmware workstation

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Is it possible to transfer an image that is running on a vmware esx server to a machine running vmware workstation or does anything have to be done first
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You can use the VMware vConverter to copy the VM from ESX to Workstation.

Link - http://www.vmware.com/products/converter/
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Yes you can, see this guide http://www.vmware.com/pdf/converter_standalone_guide401.pdf
Select a Source to Convert then Select a Destination for the VM
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