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ESXi: how to import virtual machine from VMWare Server 2 using VMware vSphere client?

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Hello experts,

How do I import a virtual machine created using VMware Server 2 to ESXi using VMware vSphere client?

thanks in advance for all your help...

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The only way to do so is if you connect to vCenter with vSphere Client and have Converter installed. Otherwise, you can use the Converter Standalone tool (https://www.vmware.com/tryvmware/?p=converter) to import (convert) the VMware Server VMs to ESXi.

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See beginning on pg. 41 of the User's Guide on steps to convert:
http://www.vmware.com/pdf/convsa_43_guide.pdf

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thank you so much...
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Glad to help :)

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