Create a convertor boot disk

cnfuzzdcnfuzzd Posts: 208Member
Hello All

I would like to make a boot disc for the new version of vcenter converter. I have done a little research and think that moa might be a posisbility, but I am running into some issues. I was curious if anyone else had already done this and had some suggestions.

Thanks!

John Nickle
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  • jibbajabbajibbajabba Posts: 4,317Member
    Do you use the standalone version of the converter or the virtual center one ?
    Because as far as I remember the virtual center one comes with a boot cd ...
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  • cnfuzzdcnfuzzd Posts: 208Member
    Gomjaba wrote: »
    Do you use the standalone version of the converter or the virtual center one ?

    Because as far as I remember the virtual center one comes with a boot cd ...



    I am wanting to use the newest version of the convertor, as it has some super-cool new features that sound interesting. (ok, they aren't that super-cool) although I believe they are now all called "vConvertor for vCenter plugin" or some marketing/unified theme hype. This version does not have a boot disk, but you can create one using a linux something or other. Thats the part I have problems with.



    John
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    Work In Progress: BSCI, Sharepoint
  • jibbajabbajibbajabba Posts: 4,317Member
    cnfuzzd wrote: »
    I am wanting to use the newest version of the convertor, as it has some super-cool new features that sound interesting. (ok, they aren't that super-cool) although I believe they are now all called "vConvertor for vCenter plugin" or some marketing/unified theme hype. This version does not have a boot disk, but you can create one using a linux something or other. Thats the part I have problems with.
    John

    If you have a valid license, then you can download the iso directly once you logged in.

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  • dynamikdynamik Posts: 12,314Banned
    Gomjaba wrote: »
    Do you use the standalone version of the converter or the virtual center one ?
    Because as far as I remember the virtual center one comes with a boot cd ...

    AKA the one that isn't free. That's my understanding as well.
  • jibbajabbajibbajabba Posts: 4,317Member
    dynamik wrote: »
    AKA the one that isn't free. That's my understanding as well.

    This is why I said if you got a license - he didn't really specify what version he is looking for :p
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