Blogcast on Virtual Server Migration Toolkit (VSMT) – Part 3


If you missed my two previous postings in this series of blogcasts walking you through a VSMT migration of an NT4 server into a virtual machine running under Microsoft Virtual Server 2005, part one can be viewed here, and part two can be viewed here.

This blog provides links to the next two blogcasts parts five and six:

  • The fifth VSMT blogcast walks through updating the script files to ensure the generated P2V migration files work correctly in the environment validating the XML file describing the hardware on the server being migrated and adds an device to ADS for the target Virtual Server machine. It can be viewed by clicking here (2 minutes 46 seconds).
  • The sixth VSMT blogcast walks through capturing a disk image of the NT4 server into ADS. It can be viewed by clicking here (7 minutes 33 seconds).

Edited by John: 3rd Nov 2005 – Rehosted WMV files

Comments (6)

  1. Eric Boucq says:

    I was stuck for days and found out what was wrong watching those short movies that deserve an award !

    Thanks a lot John !!

  2. Anonymous says:

    What you need

    Before you start get a copy of Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition and the following…

  3. Anonymous says:

    I’ve had quite a few uestions this morning on where to get my VSMT Console tool, and how to build…

  4. Anonymous says:

    I’ve had quite a few questions this morning on where to get my VSMT Console tool, and how to build…

  5. Anonymous says:

    What you need

    Before you start get a copy of Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition and the following…

  6. Anonymous says:

    What you need

    Before you start get a copy of Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition and the following…