How To Create a Virtual Machine On An VMWare ESXi Host Using a VSphere Client

How To Create a Virtual Machine On An VMWare ESXi Host Using a VSphere Client



In this tutorial I will show you how to create a new Windows 2008 Server R2 virtual machine on an ESXi 5.5 host using a VSphere client. This is my first video so sorry about the mic feedback. You can thank Camtasia for the video glitches. 🙂 Enjoy and I hope this helps you out. Check out our website at www.logicalits.net for more info. This video is only a suggested way to create your virtual machine. You can create and configure your machine any way you like. We are not affiliated with VMWare in any way. This video is only a tutorial we will not be held responsible for any misuse or losses that may occur from improper usage.

24 thoughts on “How To Create a Virtual Machine On An VMWare ESXi Host Using a VSphere Client

  1. this is great I did all oft this but when I installed linux and was given the prompt to reboot. It says OS not found? I cannot find a solution anywhere.

  2. thankx, could u tell me how to add 2 network adaptors to the vm with each one connected to different vlans ???

  3. Great Video!
    Once you add data to the vitual machine, can you still add more disk space to the virtual machine? We deployed some virtual machines, but lately we have been getting errors that we are running out of space. My question is, if we modify the settings of the virtual machine, will it affect the data we have on that machine?? Please help!!!!!

  4. Hi, thanks for this informative video. I got a question maybe you can help me, i'm looking to install 100 virtual machines (both 50 OS X and 50 Windows) on single host running OS X. What would be the fastest way of doing so? How can i install so many virtual machines quicker then installing them one by one. I tried cloning, but cloning gives me the same Hardware UUID, which doesn't work for me.
    Cheers.

  5. really nice video. Thank you! Jus that the sound gets stuck a lot of times which is bit annoying otherwise a great video 🙂

  6. hey nice presentation, is it possible to boot from USB to load the windows OS Please let me know how to get it done. Thanks

  7. 2:46 – You could limit the io per instance to prevent it from slowing down the host in general: http://i.imgur.com/fAKxdkC.png

  8. Hello Sir,

    I would be thankful if you could please share "how to create shared disk in VMware ESXi,

    Thanks,
    Mallik

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