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Moving Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 to Vshpere

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Any suggestions on how to begin this.
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Thanks!  Where can I install the converter?  Does it need to be on the same node as Vsphere 5. Then map to old server files?
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Install it on the Virtual Machines to be converted.
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