Install works fine but in VMWare Media Check Fails
I made a ISO image of my DVD (03/31/2010 10:41 AM 3,358,169,088 UCSInstall_UCOS_126.96.36.199000-1.sgn.iso)
I can mount the ISO fine in VMWare Workstation 6.5 or VMWare Server 2.0 and install CallManager 7.1(3) fine without running the Media Check.
I later re-ran the install this time choosing Media Check and notice that it fails the media check? Is there some sort of issue with Media Check? I then burned the iso to DVD and did another install fine, but later ran the Media Check and found the DVD had failed. What's up the the Media Check?
I then had 3 other co-workers compare the file size and they all confirmed the same file size as 3,358,169,088.
Everything works great just the Media Check fails.
Re: Install works fine but in VMWare Media Check Fails
I've never had an issue with Media Check on either of those platforms but I've found that the ISO file accessed directly (i.e., USB, shared drive ,etc) is far more reliable than DVD with VMWare. Just my 2 cents.
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