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  1. #1
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    V2V failed at the last step

    I installed 5nine V2V converter on a Windows 7 computer, everything went fine in the wizard. I can see the process to download vmdk file like the following screenshot. However, after some minutes, it failed with error:
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    Convert Virtual Machine Wizard
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    Failed to convert virtual machine '2K3'. Failed to convert virtual hard disks: Access is denied. (Exception from HRESULT:

    0x80070005 (E_ACCESSDENIED))

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    OK
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    v2v error.png

    The destination computer is a Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V computer. The source is ESXi 5.0.

    The Windows 7 computer is in a workgroup and the Hyper-V computer is in a domain. Is this the reason? I also would like to know whether the computers should be domain joined.
    Last edited by quest221; 07-12-2013 at 12:15 PM.

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    OK, I run the converter directly on a Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyepr-V computer. After the "downloading file" finished, it failed. Here is the part of the log file.

    ConversionEngine Information: 1 : Timestamp: 2013/7/12 2:37:11
    Message: Conversion...
    Category: ConversionEngine
    Priority: -1
    EventId: 1
    Severity: Information
    Title:
    Machine: HYPER01
    App Domain: 59Converter.exe
    ProcessId: 4892
    Process Name: E:\5nine EasyConverter\59Converter.exe
    Thread Name:
    Win32 ThreadId:5056
    Extended Properties:
    ConversionEngine Verbose: 1 : Timestamp: 2013/7/12 2:37:11
    Message: ConversionEngine.ConvertControllerDisks: converting 'D:\V2V\2K3\2K3.vmdk' from VMFSDynamic to VHDDynamic.
    Category: ConversionEngine
    Priority: -1
    EventId: 1
    Severity: Verbose
    Title:
    Machine: HYPER01
    App Domain: 59Converter.exe
    ProcessId: 4892
    Process Name: E:\5nine EasyConverter\59Converter.exe
    Thread Name:
    Win32 ThreadId:5056
    Extended Properties:
    ConversionEngine Error: 1 : Timestamp: 2013/7/12 2:37:12
    Message: Failed to convert virtual hard disks: Invalid namespace
    Category: ConversionEngine
    Priority: -1
    EventId: 1
    Severity: Error
    Title:
    Machine: HYPER01
    App Domain: 59Converter.exe
    ProcessId: 4892
    Process Name: E:\5nine EasyConverter\59Converter.exe
    Thread Name:
    Win32 ThreadId:5056
    Extended Properties:
    ConversionEngine Information: 1 : Timestamp: 2013/7/12 2:37:14
    Message: Clean up Temporary Path
    Category: ConversionEngine
    Priority: -1
    EventId: 1
    Severity: Information
    Title:
    Machine: HYPER01
    App Domain: 59Converter.exe
    ProcessId: 4892
    Process Name: E:\5nine EasyConverter\59Converter.exe
    Thread Name:
    Win32 ThreadId:5056
    Extended Properties:
    Diagnostic Critical: 999 : Timestamp: 2013/7/12 2:37:14
    Message: HandlingInstanceID: bfd41e68-917d-47dc-af08-91284487761d
    An exception of type 'System.InvalidOperationException' occurred and was caught.
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    07/12/2013 10:37:14
    Type : System.InvalidOperationException, mscorlib, Version=4.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089
    Message : Failed to convert virtual hard disks: Invalid namespace
    Source :
    Help link :
    Data : System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal
    TargetSite :
    Stack Trace : The stack trace is unavailable.
    Additional Info:

    MachineName : HYPER01
    TimeStamp : 2013/7/12 2:37:14
    FullName : 5Nine.Migration.Diagnostic, Version=1.0.9.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null
    AppDomainName : 59Converter.exe
    ThreadIdentity :
    WindowsIdentity : HYPER01\Administrator

    Category: Diagnostic
    Priority: 1
    EventId: 999
    Severity: Critical
    Title:Exception
    Machine: HYPER01
    App Domain: 59Converter.exe
    ProcessId: 4892
    Process Name: E:\5nine EasyConverter\59Converter.exe
    Thread Name:
    Win32 ThreadId:5056
    Extended Properties:
    Diagnostic Critical: 999 : Timestamp: 2013/7/12 2:37:14
    Message: HandlingInstanceID: 44c2c3ef-6cdd-4780-90fb-3cbd763e60e0
    An exception of type 'System.InvalidOperationException' occurred and was caught.
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    07/12/2013 10:37:14
    Type : System.InvalidOperationException, mscorlib, Version=4.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089
    Message : Failed to convert virtual hard disks: Invalid namespace
    Source : 5Nine.Migration.Diagnostic
    Help link :
    Data : System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal
    TargetSite : Void RaiseException(System.Exception)
    Stack Trace : at FiveNine.Migration.Diagnostic.ExceptionHandling.Ex ceptionPolicy.RaiseException(Exception ex)
    at FiveNine.Migration.EasyConvertor.Wizard.MigrateFro mESXToHyperVMultiple.Convertor.PerformConvertion(O bject context, Int32 i)
    at FiveNine.Migration.EasyConvertor.Dialogs.Backgroun dHyperVMultipleActionDlg.OnDoWork(Object sender, DoWorkEventArgs e)

    Additional Info:

    MachineName : HYPER01
    TimeStamp : 2013/7/12 2:37:14
    FullName : 5Nine.Migration.Diagnostic, Version=1.0.9.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null
    AppDomainName : 59Converter.exe
    ThreadIdentity :
    WindowsIdentity : HYPER01\Administrator

    Category: Diagnostic
    Priority: 1
    EventId: 999
    Severity: Critical
    Title:Exception
    Machine: HYPER01
    App Domain: 59Converter.exe
    ProcessId: 4892
    Process Name: E:\5nine EasyConverter\59Converter.exe
    Thread Name:
    Win32 ThreadId:5056
    Extended Properties:

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    Hello quest221,

    Invalid namespace kind of error was raised on WS2008.

    It will be addressed in upcoming update of 5nine V2V Easy Converter that will also support R2, and earlier WS versions.

    Best regards,
    Alexander