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I work in IT but between you and me, I hate computers with a passion. I'm not your average IT geek.

Worked in IT since 1999, gained a couple of certifications with Microsoft and next up is Cisco's CCNA. Gulp.


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accepted How can I quickly relocate an entire virtual machine to a new location?
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accepted How can I move the data files for a VM to another location?
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accepted Is it safe to add parent domain as additional zone within DNS?
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comment How can I quickly relocate an entire virtual machine to a new location?
+1 thanks but his is currently not an option given licencing restrictions and the downtime from upgrading the entire cluster. I do agree this is definitely the way forward though, at a later date. We currently only want to move 2 of 20 virtual machines to a different CSV's.
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asked How can I quickly relocate an entire virtual machine to a new location?
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comment How can I move the data files for a VM to another location?
Thanks for the info - I am not planning on moving to another server, just the location of the data files locally, i.e. from one drive to another. Would this still apply? Would I just need to delete the remnants of the VM within Failover Cluster Manager before importing it again? Thanks!
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comment How can I move the data files for a VM to another location?
There are no snapshots associated with the VM's.
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asked How can I move the data files for a VM to another location?
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comment Java update/install via group policy
Oddly enough, giving Domain Computers access fixed my problem too. I thought Authenticated Users would do it but obviously not. Thanks for the Q&A.
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comment Contents of virtual disk on SAN appear different on multiple hosts
Incorrect. The Dell MD3200i is fully capable of having multiple hosts connected to the same virtual disk. That is the point of having virtual disk groups. Site is useless as ever :| Dan, I appreciate the time to answer, thanks.
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comment Contents of virtual disk on SAN appear different on multiple hosts
Sure thing - have updated.
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revised Contents of virtual disk on SAN appear different on multiple hosts
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