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how do i convert machine with windows OS to virtual machine?

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hi experts,

 I have a couple of workstations with windows OS installed that I would like to convert to vmware virtual images. How do I do that?
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use the standalone converter see http://www.petenetlive.com/KB/Article/0000185.htm for instructions
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standalone converter would work if you already have a virtual host for the guest OS.  Just register on vmware.com and download the free tools available.
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thanks that worked for me
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