How to find which VMDK is associated with which disk in Windows Server.

1. Login to the client and edit the VM .

2. Select the Hardisk and note the SCSI ( 0:X )

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3. Login to the windows Guest VM – Go to the Disk-Management.

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4. Right click the Disk and Go to the proprieties.

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We can notice the Target ID X with the same number as the SCSI ID SCSI ( 0:X )

Check the other blog to identify host , datastore and vCenter of the running VM .

How to identify host , datastore and vCenter of the running VM .

 

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One Response to How to find which VMDK is associated with which disk in Windows Server.

  1. Pingback: How to identify host , datastore and vCenter of the running VM . | Techbrainblog

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