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Browse or drag & drop vms on ESXi

mrjoltcola
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I asked an earlier question and have a lot of reading to do with all of the links, but didn't get to this today.

Quick related question, can I actually browse or drag (copy) vms from ESXi manually? I don't see where from vSphere.

I recall that I can setup ESXi such that I can ssh/scp, but I'm looking for a graphical option at the moment.

-mjc
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