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 :!: Before running the tool, do not forget to power off the Lucy's VM. :!: Before running the tool, do not forget to power off the Lucy's VM.
  
-It's also to be noted that there is must be enough disk space on your Hyper-V server (at least larger than the size of the initial VMware virtual drive).+It's also to be noted that there must be enough disk space on your Hyper-V server (at least larger than the size of the initial VMware virtual drive).
  
 ===== Conversion steps ===== ===== Conversion steps =====
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-5. Specify the details to connect to ESX\ESXi server:+5. Specify the details to connect to an ESX\ESXi server:
  
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 ===== Finishing ===== ===== Finishing =====
  
-After a successful conversion, do not rush to run the newly created virtual machine. You need first create (if not exist) a new External Virtual Switch and assignee ​it to the virtual machine (within Network Adapter settings). See the screenshots below.+After a successful conversion, do not rush to run the newly created virtual machine. You need first create (if not exist) a new External Virtual Switch and assign ​it to the virtual machine (within Network Adapter settings). See the screenshots below.
  
 {{ :​hyper_v_1.png?​600 |}} {{ :​hyper_v_1.png?​600 |}}
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