Blogcast on Virtual Server Migration Toolkit (VSMT) – Part 4


I’m “virtually” (no pun intended) at the end in the series of blog entries walking you through a VSMT migration of an NT4 server into a virtual machine running under Microsoft Virtual Server 2005. If you’ve missed out so far:

 Part one can be viewed here (links to 2 blogcasts)
 Part two can be viewed here (links to 2 blogcasts)
 Part three can be viewed here (links to 2 blogcasts)
 
The seventh and penultimate VSMT blogcast walks through creating a new virtual machine under Virtual Server as a placeholder for the migrated server. It can be viewed by clicking here (6 minutes 55 seconds).

I’ve had some great feedback about this series from a truly worldwide audience – the level of interest has been absolutely staggering, and I thank you for taking the time to provide feedback. If you would like more of this type of demonstration/blogcast, please drop me an email using the contact me option on the home page of my blog. I’ll try my best to accomodate, but I need to know what you want to see….

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

Comments (5)

  1. Anonymous says:

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

  2. Anonymous says:

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

  3. Anonymous says:

    What you need

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

  4. Anonymous says:

    What you need

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

  5. Anonymous says:

    What you need

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