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I am afraid I do not know how to use the VMConverter

If I want to move a VM from one machine to another,
with say data like this:

  Source VM:

     ESXi:    8.8.1.1
     VM:      8.8.1.2

  Target VM:

     ESXi:    9.9.1.1
     VM:      9.9.1.2

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How would I do that

Also, Is copying a VM within the same machine the same
process, or is it different

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