The source system is not local. The target host running XenServer is not local.
The source system is running Windows 2000 Server SP4 and has 1 disk split into 6 partitions, all NTFS:
C: 6 GB (boot)
D: 15 GB
E: 6 GB
F: 6 GB
G: 5 GB
H: 26 GB
Most of the partitions are mostly mostly full (> 60%).
What is the most straightforward way to do a P2V migration of the server? I can do minor database & data syncs after the P2V is successful & running as a VM within XenServer, it's just getting to that point which is not clear.
The option of installing a Windows 2000 Server from scratch is not available, I need to convert the existing physical server as-is into a VM to be hosted within a XenServer environment.
I've looked at XenConvert but it maxes out on converting only 4 partitions in one shot, and I'm not certain how to account for the 2 extra partitions. I'm not familiar with XenServer but it's my only option right now to go P2V.