We have multiple servers (virtual machines) running on a virtual server based on Cent OS (Xen). All virtual machines are running on Server 2003 R2 expect one virtual machine which is running on Server 2008.
We would like to migrate (move) from existing virtual environment to physical servers. I come to know that we can upgrade from server 2003 r2 to server 2008 r2 editions, but these are virtual machines and didn't have sufficient memory available.
Existing Server Info:
Virtual Machines on Virtual Server:
- Domain Controller 1 (server 2003 r2) (second DC is on a physical server)
- Other Server 1 (server 2003 r2)
- Other Server 2 (server 2003 r2)
- Exchange Server 2010 (server 2008)
Q: How can I migrate these virtual machines to physical servers?
Any further help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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