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hey guys,

i am testing out some vmware replication software, and it stated that after replicating a VM, i will need to mount disks manually after.

How do i do this? I am running ESXi v 5.5
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Add them to a virtual machine.

Is it VMware vSphere Replication, as per this Web Article

http://blog.pluralsight.com/implement-vsphere-replication
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Andrew, how do i do that?
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I am not using vmware vsphere replication
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE) earned 500 total points
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Right Click the VM, Add Hard Disk, Browse to existing disk.
 
In what context is it using the phrase " mount disks manually after."
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