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    Default Install using ISO on Vmware

    What OS should I be selecting?

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    Any of them work, 32 bit or 64 bit. It depends on the amount of RAM you have for your VM. Untangle recommends 32 bit for less than 4 GB or 64 for more than 4 GB. If you are going 64 bit, get the OVA download and deploy that. It's a pre-built virtual appliance so you don't have to configure the VM etc.

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    If you want to pick the closest profile, use Debian Linux, of the appropriate bit width to support the RAM you want the guest to use.
    Rob Sandling, BS:SWE, MCP
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    Email: support@nexgenappliances.com

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    I was only looking at going down the ISO route because the OVA had an issue with the storage available to the appliance being restricted to 7.92GB. The OVA has been fixed now though, so I redeployed using the new OVA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psykix View Post
    I was only looking at going down the ISO route because the OVA had an issue with the storage available to the appliance being restricted to 7.92GB. The OVA has been fixed now though, so I redeployed using the new OVA.
    Awesome.

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