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Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter can't get list of VMWare VM Machines

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I've converted a couple of ESXi VMS to Hyper-V before but for some reason now when the Virtual machine Converter tries to get the list of VMs it just sits-and-spins and never gives me the list. I don't have an Antivirus software running on the Hyper-V server and I turned off the Firewall
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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Are you using the latest version 5.1 ?
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no. it's 4.0. does that make a difference?
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