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problem with target during migration process


hye....

I have done discovering and registering target platform using winpe.
After the process done , new physical machine for offline is appear. The
problem is all my physical machine and vm that have been discover in
server view is not listed in target during selection for copy workload
task. it just list the physical machine for offline migration only...any
suggestion for my problem??


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Re: problem with target during migration process


I might be misunderstanding, so please correct me if I'm wrong:

You discovered a target physical machine using the WinPE ISO. That
completes.
When attempting to configure the job, that physical machine doesn't show
up as a target, right?

Please file an SR for this; assuming the discovery is actually
completing that could potentially be a serious issue with the server and
should be investigated by support.


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