VMware goes a bit less virtual with removal of vCenter Converter

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vCenter Converter was a free programme that could create a virtual version of a physical computer
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vCenter Converter was a free programme that could create a virtual version of a physical computer

The tool used legacy technology which had associated security risks, but a replacement is on the way

Virtualisation giant VMware has removed vCenter Converter from its list of product downloads: a seemingly strange move for a company that is, after all, all about virtualisation.  The company sa...

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