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I took over an office with a Lotus Foundations server in it.  There is a virtual server running in it set to 192.168.20.14.  Yesterday, at the close of business, the end user could access the database on that virtual server.  Today, she cannot.  

I cannot ping the IP and the only interface I have with the Lotus Foundations box is via the web portal.  

I need some help figuring out HOW to get into this box at the console level so I can find this virtual server and get it back up.  I'm lost as to how to do that.

Can anyone point me in the right direction as to how to get into the box and find the virtual server that's running on it?

Thanks

Cliff
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Sjef Bosman earned 500 total points
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This is not so much a Lotus Foundations problem as well a VM problem. I'll request attention to have this published in the VM sections.

Some more info required:
- what is the VM environment you use?
- what type (if any) of VM is it?
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You didn't have to close the question... or did I provide the solution??
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