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Note: When installing multiple PUP updates, download and install them one at a time. Once logged in, you can choose either HTTP or Managed Download for your download method (HTTP is selected by default). Click Browse and locate the downloaded PUP update file and click Open. Note: If you are running this server on ESX or ESXi it is possible that you may need to run to re-install VMware tools to work with new Kernel updates.If you download multiple PUP updates before you begin installing them, only the first installation succeeds. On the following page, select the file you wish to download. Click Begin Downloading and save the file to your desired location. Once the download is complete, log into the SEMS administrative interface. Click System Updates and then select Upload Update Package. For additional information on installing VMware tools, click here.Now, when you have an exact copy of the VM stored on another host, you can test if it starts up correctly (without connecting the virtual NIC to avoid duplicate names/IP address on your network).4.Whenever you need to sync the source VM with the destination VM, just RDP to your VM If part of your infrastructure is still physical, and you do not have enough funds to buy a commercial product (there are tons), it might be a cheap free solution.

Some key new capabilities of v Sphere 6.5 include: v Sphere 5.5 End of General Support Reminder If you are running v Sphere 5.5, please be advised that End of General Support (EOGS) for v Sphere 5.5 is September 19, 2018. The upgrade of your environment to VMware v Sphere 6.5 is performed in a phased manner.In fact by using VMware converter standalone, you can do the first “full” conversion and then sync only the changes made to the system. I’m using a Windows 2003 server file server VM for this test.In my lab I do have 2 ESXi hosts with two v Center servers configured, but you can “sync” VMs like that between ESXi hosts only as well. Install VMware Converter Standalone software (use “local installation”) inside the VM that you want to sync name the VM.Due to this, I finally deleted EVERY item which syncs with a DP, deleted the DP, reinstalled it, and rebuilt the packages all from scratch. Since then, I've used my MDT boot images since I couldn't rebuild the native ones as they couldn't be deleted for rebuild. I watched the SP1 upgrade log last night and it did throw error when updating one of the native boot images. If I did, could I just uninstall the DP role and wait for everything to be processed or would I have to remove the DP from each individual package first? Could it be that the SCCMContent Lib$'s share need to have it's owner set to the same account?I had tried to just uninstall / reinstall the DP, but even then still got mismatches. Any other suggestions to prevent having to rebuild are also welcome :) Thanks! This was running when I stopped the share, it automatically re-created the share, allowed one package to be added to DP, then threw errors again if anyone's interested... This is what most packages are distributed to - not the individual DPs (even though I think it adds all 4 individually when choosing a group) Which would be the option I'd need to use? Not going to try that yet as don't want to get in too deep with workarounds - unless someone has any other ideas...

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