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Installing SBS 2011 on VMWare

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I am looking for some advice for migrating from SBS 2003 to SBS 2011 on a VMWare environment please, I have done this once before but I seem to be struggling with this one.

I have created an answer file and an flp image, at what point do I need to mount this image to the VM for it to see it?

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a FLP image would be a floppy image - did you enable the floppy drive in the virtual machine properties?
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Its OK I have got it to work, and yes what I needed to do was to connect the floppy drive earlier than I was.
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