Yes it is but first you will have to remove the VM from the original VM - one it is removed from the new VM you will go into edit settings and add storage - one of the options will be use existing VMDK - browse to the locatioin wher eth VMDK and add it to the new VM
Did you mean to post your question to the VMware Server forum?
Thanks for the prompted reply and jumping in, and yes I did posted here, where do you suggest I go with this line of question in the near future.
do you mean remove the VMDK from the old VM right? the HDD that is attached to that vmdk?
Thanks a bunch for your help again, I just did not know where to post this kind of VM question at this time.
Yes, this is possible:
1. Right click the first VM > Edit Settings > Required Hard Disk > Remove > Remove from Virtual machine. (Do not select delete files)
2. Right click the second VM >Edit Settings > Add > Existing Hard Disk > Browse the datastore where the VMDK for the first VM was residing.
3. Select and specify a SCSI controller of your choice and Click OK.
4. Open console of VM and verify.
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