I have an application that requires to be ran in VMware (cannot be loaded directly on an existing Windows O/S). I was always under the impression that you cannot load VMware Host on an existing Windows platform but was hinted by Symantec support that it is possible. I did some quick web searches but figured that here is the best place to get the straight answer.
I want to install Vsphere on an existing Windows 2008R2 server and then load the Unix based app running VMware in memory. Is this possible??
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Giving access to ESXi shell console is always an issue for IT departments to other Teams, or Projects. We need to find a way so that teams can use ESXTOP for their POCs, or tests without giving them the access to ESXi host shell console with a root …
Teach the user how to rename, unmount, delete and upgrade VMFS datastores.
Open vSphere Web Client: Rename VMFS and NFS datastores: Upgrade VMFS-3 volume to VMFS-5: Unmount VMFS datastore: Delete a VMFS datastore: