Vmware Vcenter Converter Boot Cd 4.1.1 22 [Extra Quality]
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now that you have selected the mode you would like to use, you will need to select the settings that are necessary to use your vm that you wish to convert. for instance, if you want to convert a windows server, you will need to select a windows server version that matches the target server. at this point, you will need to select the settings you need for the vm that you wish to convert. vmware converter will generate a settings file for the vm that you are converting. if you have not created a settings file, vmware converter will prompt you for a settings file name.
today ive discovered an interesting blog article about the vmware vcenter converter. apparently vmware has removed it from the downloads, so its no longer available for the public. the reasons for this is, that there hasnt been any development in the last years and it already went end of support in decemter 2019 (!), which i didnt know.
and while searching for a way to create an image of my sbs, i found a small linux based boot cd called vmware converter boot cd 4.1.1 22. this was one of the first solutions i found on the internet, but it seems to only work for windows p2v. so my question is, if anyone has a solution for a linux based p2v with this tool.
vmware has removed the vmware vcenter converter boot cd from their downloads. according to their support, it went end of support in december 2019. i installed this cd on my sbs 2011 in raid5 (4250 gb) to create an image of the server to p2v it to another esxi server. that was not the problem, but it didnt create an image. so i used virtual clone drive to create the image. the problem was, that the image did not fit on the cd. so i used vmware converter boot cd 4.1.1 22 to create an image which i could import to my esxi. i can then use the image to p2v the server. 3d9ccd7d82