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VMware Conversion for Blackberry Enterprise Server

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We are migrating some servers to a VMware environment and need to know if anyone has successfully virtualized BES 4.1.6.10 with VMware 4.1.

Thanks in advance!
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Yes, using Physical to Virtual Converstion.

For the conversion steps, read my fellow experts Bestway's article.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/VMWare/A_3639-VMware-vConverter-P2V-for-Windows-Servers.html

Free VMware Standalone Converter here

http://www.vmware.com/products/converter/
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Yes, I have Blackberry Enterprise server for Lotus Domino virtualized under ESX 4.1. See screenshot for versionlevel information.

 Blackberry Version Info
Good Luck
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