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    Marco

    i , i’m italian. i see you post on converter 5 and esxi 5.1 ; i have this problem, too.
    vmware is relesed a upgrade o fix for converter ? not is possible think a downgrade, right?
    if you can reponse me…thanks

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    viktorious

    Hi, for information on when VMware is releasing a fix I would regularly check the KB article which deals with the subject: http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=2033315. It seems you can use VMware Converter 4.3 to convert to ESXi 5.1.

    A downgrade will actually be a reinstallation of the previous version, as long as you haven’t upgraded the VM hardware version to version 9. I think it’s better to go for Converter 4.3!

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    John

    An updated converter has been released by VMware that fixes this problem. Go to the VMware site

    https://my.vmware.com/group/vmware/evalcenter?p=converter

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      viktorious

      Thx for your comment! I’ve updated the post…

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    p4420909

    Leave all those difficult manipulations and just download and install VMware vCenter version 5.0.1 Build 875114. This would do the thing

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