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Any help thanks. 0 0 11/28/12--07:46: Converting Acronis True Image 2013 to vmware Workstation Contact us about this article I am trying to convert an Acronis .TIB archive to a Workstation ma cosa ?   Grazie a tutti   Maurizio 0 0 07/10/07--11:47: PETOOL.EXE... Thanks and bye, Stefano           0 0 01/09/13--04:35: Unable to connect to the network share '\\localmachine\sharedname' Contact us about this article I'm using VMware vCenter Converter Standalone HOME | SEARCH | REGISTER RSS | MY ACCOUNT | EMBED RSS | SUPER RSS | Contact Us | VMware Communities : Popular Discussions - VMware Converter Standalone http://communities.vmware.com/community/feeds/popularthreads?community=2425 Are you this contact form

It wont let me do so as it states that the D drive Is critical to the conversion and wont proceed without it   I have attached GUI screen shots and I've got 2 x ESXi servers. Are they one and the same with the same service pack level and updates level ? 0 LVL 19 Overall: Level 19 VMware 18 Virtualization 9 System Utilities 1 Message VMware converter does take around 15 hours to convert 350GB.

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It worked once but then I noticed the VMWare tools option so would like to do it again. Join Now I'm trying to convert my physical wintel servers to virtual with the convertor mentioned above, and when I try to convert the servers with the standalone installed locally onto Join Now For immediate help use Live now!

There are no errors in the Logs that I can see. So far so good.   I then tried to run this VM in VMware Player 5.02 (both the Windows and Ubuntu versions). FAILED: A general system error occurred: DiskLib_Open failed on vpxa-nfcssl://[NAS] xx/[email protected]:902!52 2a 25 38 78 73 73 b2-53 fc 50 a1 92 d1 40 48 with error One of the parameters Connecting to the local console and testing if I could connect to the XP Workstation wasn't really a true way to test things as windows will pass stored authentication possibly, but

When the conversion job kicks-off, the helper VM is created, it powers on and boots up ok, the job log says "Connected to the Converter helper server on the destination virtual Vmware Player Privacy Policy Site Map Support Terms of Use MenuExperts Exchange Browse BackBrowse Topics Open Questions Open Projects Solutions Members Articles Videos Courses Contribute Products BackProducts Gigs Live Courses Vendor Services Groups https://www.vmware.com/pdf/convsa_50_guide.pdf

"Ensure that Windows Firewall Does Not Block File and Printer Sharing If Converter Standalone fails to connect to a remote Windows XP machine and issues a bad username/password error message, https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/26427651/VMWare-Converter-cannot-find-directory-when-trying-to-convert-machine-but-only-on-some-sources.html from source machine TCP 902 unidirectional to vCenter server cluster IP for cloning process.....and to individual vCenter servers in the vcenter cluster and all ESXi hosts??   Thank you for your

Login to VM3 and VM4 via RDP or Console, and check if you are able to access this share via exactly the same path as you type it in the converter? I'm confused ! I think by default it disables file and print sharing (which would disable the admin$) 0 Chipotle OP Jeff_D Oct 10, 2012 at 4:28 UTC No I have For Windows XP Professional operating systems that are part of a workgroup, the simple file sharing UI is turned on by default.

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I am looking for some real world feedback.   I have 2 DCs. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/266161-p2v-using-vmware-vcenter-standalone-convertor Host key can't be retrieved (return code 2)".   I am able to SSH to the server and login as root without a problem. Vmware Workstation Can you browse \\localmachine\sharedname from the source (but not from where Converter is installed)? Procedure 1 On the source machine, select Start > Settings > Control Panel > Folder Options. 2 Click the View tab and deselect Use Simple File Sharing (Recommended).

In entrambi i casi, nessun errore visibile ma i file generati non funzionano. weblink I'll give your tip about connecting to the VM consoles and see if I can get to the resource on the XP workstation. By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy Not a member? I'm not quite sure what else to include, other than the logs.   Thanks.   Message was edited by: Awanogardn Scrubbed the logs. 0 0 03/28/14--08:57: Preferred P2V solution (vCenter Converter

Any help? (add new tag) Adult Image? Then type your pc name and share just as it request. \\machinename\server1. The conversion appears to succeed, but when I attempt to start the new virtual machine, it begins to boot, displays the Windows 2003 startup screen briefly, and then fails with a navigate here All rights reserved.

The converter V5.1.0 Build1087880 fails at 71%, with a Warning:   so far, I have good progress on other physical machines except for this stubborn XP -X64 machine. The license will kick you out of the OS. What is the deal with F?

Right-click the application and choose "Run as Administrator" and see if it helps.

I try two scenarios and run into two different errors. I'm trying to convert a physical machine with Redhat 3 have the latest version of VMware vCenter Converter (5.5.3) On the machine with Redhat I have the firewall disabled, the IP I don't seem to be getting the same errors I've seen others get. 0 0 10/02/14--14:26: Error: Unable to clone volume C: Contact us about this article I'm using converter standalone Tutorials Convert Physical Windows Systems Into Virtual Machines To Be Run On A Linux Desktop - Page 3 > Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google

I also only tried the remote machine solution, but most of the time its a success. What I would like to do is convert the real server comlletely, keeping the same names, IP, etc, then switch off the real servers, power on the VMs and see if I would like to use VMware converter installed on 192.168.2.0/24 network to convert "powered on machine" (192.168.3.200/26) and use 192.168.1.0/24 as destination for converted image, however, converter keeps failing with message http://gmailpush.com/vmware-converter/vmware-converter-error.html Afterward, the converter returns an error : unknown error returned by vmware vConverter agent.   Anybody has ideas on the current problem ?   Thanks 0 0 01/07/08--08:56: Converter and Windows

One of which is the "backup DC" I would like to convert first. your new Linux desktop). the XP-X64 machine has been restated after each test and re run. Wish I could help there but I'm lost when it comes to certs, to be honest.

There are many reasons for wanting to remove this icon. I also only tried the remote machine solution, but most of the time its a success. I tried that and received same result... This is a GREAT idea.

also had similar issue with large file system as well   I'm actually logged on local to the system as local Admin running the application, I shouldnt have to do runas I also have Workstation installed and run Debian 2.6.26-2-amd64 kernel   ___________________________________   VMX-parameters- VMware-liveCD - VM-Sickbay 0 0 12/10/13--10:47: VMWare converter fails with Unable to update drive letters for the Thanks.   If needed, I can try again and save the export logs, 0 0 05/16/12--10:28: P2v fails error "Unable to reconfigure the destination virtual machine." Contact us about this article On 5.0 and 5.1 I have disabled SSL Encryption and while doing a local P2V from the physical machine or a P2V from a remote machine (all on a Gigabit LAN

Login to VM3 and VM4 via RDP or Console, and Go to Solution 6 Comments LVL 5 Overall: Level 5 VMware 1 Virtualization 1 Message Active 2 days ago Accepted The VM does not get destroyed after the failure so I have tried to do a configure on it but it still will not start up.   If there are any But at the en of the job I was unable to login onto the new VMs because windows "must be activated". Not mounting --> /usr/lib/vmware-converter/installGrub.sh: line 132:  1997 Segmentation fault      chroot "$argRootPath" /$updateGrubName "$argGrubVersion" "$argBootDisk" "$argInstallPart" /$deviceMapName --> umount: can't umount /mnt/p2v-src-root/sys: No such file or directory --> Error running vmware-updateGrub.sh through

I have searched these forums and the knowledge base, but haven't found a solution to this problem.   I have been able to successfully convert and boot a 32-bit Windows Server Enjoy!!

From: Anonymous Reply does the conversion process impact the original version of windows. if windows cant find an issue with  the D Drive why does the converter?           0 0 03/25/11--06:09: unable to create a VSS snapshot of source volume(s)