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Posted Saturday, October 8, 2011 11:12 AM


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the 3 services for Authorisation, Host and Web server access need to be started

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Hi Perry,

Is it possible to run the exercise on VMWare ESXi 4.0?
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Peter Jin (11/7/2011)
Hi Perry,

Is it possible to run the exercise on VMWare ESXi 4.0?

The process differs a little, but yes it is completely possible. I run mine on ESX


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Hi Guys,
I was trying to configure as per what its mention, the version that I have use seem a bit different company to the screenshot that is given for the freeNAS, can you please advise which version that you are using. I have downloaded FreeNAS-8.2.0-RELEASE-p1-x86.iso. First the setup scree are different...anyway, I have manage to configure the ipaddress and some setting..and I am able ot access the web via my host browser. Once I have login, it seem like the 'Disk' button are not available in my screen...after compare there are some other section are also not available as compare to your screeshot...pls advise
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This guide was written sometime ago and the software may well have changed since then. Check the Freenas docs or alternatively you could use a Windows 2008 VM with Starwinds iSCSI NAS\SAN server.

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