This script shuts down the vmware virtual machines called SBS and TS Stops Windows services copies them from C:\virtualmachines to D:\virtualmachines restarts the services restarts the vmware machines @rem ———- Stop the Terminal Server ———- call “vmrun.exe” -T server -h https://localhost:8333/sdk -u administrator -p AdminPassword stop “[VMs] TS/TS.vmx” soft @rem ———- Stop the SBS Server.
Load a client that can use sftp like filezilla http://filezilla-project.org/download.php Connect to your VMWARE system as root To see the location of the vmdk If you are running vsphere client, Edit Settings
This tutorial will enable you to create or migrate an elastix asterisk voip server on a HyperV virtual machine. This uses the latest stable version of elastix (1.6 at time of writing), but I expect the v2 beta should work with the same methods. Download the Elastix 1.6 ISO from http://www.elastix.org/en/downloads.html Create a new virtual.
The main problem you’ll have doing this is that HyperV does not recognise SCSI as a valid boot device, so if you’re VMWare machine is running using the default SCSI drive and you do the conversion from VMDK –
The instructions here http://www.vmware.com/support/ws55/doc/ws_newguest_tools_linux.html presume –
Running Window 2008 R2 server and VMWARE v2 with 3 virtual machines, we frequently find that after a restart, or loss and regain of network connectivity to the server that the virtual machines can no longer be contacted over the network. pening the VMWare infrastructure web access and the console for that particular machine shows.