Under the settings of some of my virtual machines, the provisioned size for the disks are grayed out so I can't make them bigger. I have read other articles pertaining to this and:
There are no snapshots
The machine is powered down
Those are the only two solutions I can find. I have seen where it is suggested to use the converter tool, but I'd rather not use that. I used that before and it broke the licensing for the application that runs on the virtual machine and I had to get new keys.
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This article will show you how to create an ISO CD-ROM/DVD-ROM image (*.iso), and MD5 checksum signature, for use with VMware vSphere Hypervisor 6.5 (ESXi 6.5). It's a good idea to compare checksums, because many installations fail because of a corr…
Teach the user how to rename, unmount, delete and upgrade VMFS datastores.
Open vSphere Web Client: Rename VMFS and NFS datastores: Upgrade VMFS-3 volume to VMFS-5: Unmount VMFS datastore: Delete a VMFS datastore: