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How can I migrate only C drive of a vm to a different data store.
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Migrate everything and then delete everything but the C drive.
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Richardson Porto earned 500 total points
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Yes, you can, just identify which virtual disk is the disk used by the C:, launch the storage migration wizard, on select datastore windows, click on advanced and change the destination only for the virtual disk that holds the C: data.

Here is one example: https://ict-freak.nl/2011/04/01/storage-vmotion-only-one-hard-disk-to-another-datastore-in-vsphere/
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Thank You Richard !
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You're welcome!
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