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Xen Server migration to ESX

Posted on 2013-01-31
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Hi All

I have some exported Xen Server VMs in .xva format.
I need to import them into ESX.
How do I best (easiest and free!) do this?
Have tried Xen Convert and VMWare Converter but they are mainly P2V or they dont support the current exported format.
Thanks
Paul.
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i just used the VMWare standalone converter and converted the machines as running machines.
It worked fine.
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