I was migrating an ESX VM back to VMserver and saw this error on startup:
"You do not have permissions to perform this operation"
The reason was because my .vmx config file for the VM was Read Only. You can change the attribute via Windows Explorer or the command line like so:
To show you the current attributes on the files, type:
To remove the read only attrib on a file, type:
attrib -r [filename]
Reading another post:
I saw that other users saw the same message for a different reason. Their solution was to set the following parameters in the .vmx file for the VM:
> Enable "allVMMemoryLimit":
> prefvmx.useRecommendedLockedMemSize = "FALSE"
> Set to TRUE when value selected in UI matches
> prefered value. Set to FALSE otherwise.
> Set limit for all VMs to 1701MB:
> prefvmx.allVMMemoryLimit = "1701"
> Value selected in UI if it differs from prefered
> Allow most of memory to be swapped:
> prefvmx.minVmMemPct = "25"
> Set to 25, 50, or 100, depending on how much swapping
> you allow.
No promises on this one, but give those two options a try..
Friday, September 21, 2007
Posted by Cacasodo at 11:01 AM
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