Step 12: Create a new virtual disk file (VMDK)
Rick Vanover is a software strategy specialist for Veeam Software, based in Columbus, Ohio. Rick has years of IT experience and focuses on virtualization, Windows-based server administration, and system hardware.
Hi - I'm not able to see the PDF button below the title .. am I not looking in the right place? How can I download the slides as PDF? Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks,
Please put this in a PDF file where I can save it on my local disk. When I saw the 16 web pages I had to load just to see one step at a time, web pages with all the extraneous baggage like advertising, etc., I do not want to look at the article, and I am not. Give me an introduction with a PDF file I can quickly download and page through, and I am great with that.
To be useful as a reference, an article with this many images should be available as a PDF download. Sixteen web pages to read the entire article is too much.
I don't see it either. The original article and instructions were posted in Sept. 2010. The TechRepublic site was completely overhauled in January 2011. It looks like the PDF button Selena talked about is no longer a feature.
great idea for the pdf, why doesn't the person who thought of the idea first do that(i.e., create a pdf with permission from TR)
Some recent functionality added to our gallery tool allows auto-PDF generation. Leaves a bit of white space between slides, still, it's all in one downloadable doc now. Just click the PDF button in the action bar below the title to download. I hope that helps.
Thanks Selena, I guess it was so obvious up there that I didn't even notice that feature. Works well. Thanks