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  Note: Changing the Datastore name will not cause any interference on the ESXI.
 
  Note: Changing the Datastore name will not cause any interference on the ESXI.
  
In the AutoVM panel you should Change all of your datastores names as '''datastore1, datastore2, datastore3, ...''' with a '''LowerCase D'''.
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In the AutoVM panel you should Change all of your datastores name as '''datastore1, datastore2, datastore3, ...''' with a '''LowerCase D'''.
  
 
If you use '''VMware VCenter''', enter the '''datastore1, datastore2''' for the first server and on the second server enter such as '''datastore3, datastore4'''.
 
If you use '''VMware VCenter''', enter the '''datastore1, datastore2''' for the first server and on the second server enter such as '''datastore3, datastore4'''.
  
 
To rename, right-click on the VMware Vsphere software and select the Rename option.
 
To rename, right-click on the VMware Vsphere software and select the Rename option.

Latest revision as of 16:56, 26 August 2019

Note: Changing the Datastore name will not cause any interference on the ESXI.

In the AutoVM panel you should Change all of your datastores name as datastore1, datastore2, datastore3, ... with a LowerCase D.

If you use VMware VCenter, enter the datastore1, datastore2 for the first server and on the second server enter such as datastore3, datastore4.

To rename, right-click on the VMware Vsphere software and select the Rename option.