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    Question VMs in the Library

    Hi folks,

    I have a VM that I have stored in the library.

    If I deploy this does it take a copy and keep the VM in the library, or move it out?

    If it moves it out, how can I take a copy instead, or is it simply a case of copying the folder in Explorer?

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    If you deploy a VM from the library, that VM will be moved. If you want to create multiple clones after that VM you need to convert that into a template.

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    Thanks! I spotted in VMM there's a separate template creation option. I'd got it confused with moving VMs into the library generally.

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