Good afternoon experts. I recently copied a VM folder from one ESX 4 server to my laptop and uploaded them with Veeam Backup and FastSCP to another ESX 4.1. I do not have access to the original server anymore. I need to commit all snapshot so I can have the OS to the latest state.
Under VMware vSphere Client Snapshot Manager, I only get very early snapshot that I made before installing apps and turning it into a Domain Controller. Is there a way I can commit all the changes for the OS to be at the latest state before it was copied?
These are the files inside the VM folder, btw, I have added the .vmx to the inventory already
HQDC3_w2k8x64-000001-delta.vmdk 1,835,110 KB
HQDC3_w2k8x64-000002-delta.vmdk 82,022 KB
HQDC3_w2k8x64-000003.vmdk 1 KB
HQDC3_w2k8x64-000003-delta.vmdk 8,208,486 KB
HQDC3_w2k8x64-flat.vmdk 52,428,800 KB
HQDC3_w2k8x64-Snapshot1.vmsn 2,102,406 KB
HQDC3_w2k8x64-Snapshot2.vmsn 2,102,413 KB
HQDC3_w2k8x64-Snapshot3.vmsn 2,102,402 KB
vmware.log 140 KB
vmware-12.log 906 KB
vmware-13.log 987 KB
vmware-14.log 137 KB
vmware-15.log 136 KB
vmware-16.log 136 KB
vmware-17.log 1,274 KB
Thanks in advance.