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VMware OVFTool - Deploy .ovf, .ova Error:vim.fault.FileNotFound

Error: vim.fault.FileNotFound


To disconnect the .iso from the .ovf follow these steps:

  • delete the associated .mf file
  • open the .ovf file using notepad and delete the following section:

<Item ovf:required="false">
    <rasd:ElementName>CD-ROM 1</rasd:ElementName>

# If changed .ovf file add flag "--skipManifestCheck" to ovftool command, such as:
ovftool --skipManifestCheck -ds=datastore3 -dm="thin" -n="MikroTikOS7" -nw="VM Network" MikroTikOS6.ovf vi://[email protected]



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