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Using a NAS with VMWare

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samiam41Flag for United States of America asked on
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Hi Experts.  I am getting into the action a little late with VMWare and just setup my first server and guest OS.  Now that I have the itch, I realize I am going to be out of hdd space soon.  I planned on purchasing a NAS as I am running low on my file server but with the addition of VMWare in my little test environment, I see I will need to incorporate that.

With that said, my question is, can I use a NAS like a dlink dns 321 with VMWare and use that space for guest OS's?  I don't have enough experience with VMWare to understand what I can and cannot use for space.  The memory side I am taking care of but the phyiscal space is where I'm lost.

Thanks in advance for your assistance.  Also, please recommend a NAS that is under $300 if you prefer something other than the dlink 321.
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