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Posted on 2013-06-15
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How do I take a snapshot of my VM's in SCVMM version 2.0.4275. I am getting the "The certificate used for server authentication will expire within 30 days. Remote access to virtual machines will not be possible after the certificate expires. Please renew or recreate the certificate." I would like to take a snapshot of my VM's, but I cannot locate the process.
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Hi,

Snapshots are called "checkpoints" in VMM, look for checkpoints instead.

Hope that help you out,

Eddie
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