Converted it, but it still didn't work:

C:\WINDOWS\system32> cd "c:\Program Files\VMware\VMware OVF Tool"

c:\Program Files\VMware\VMware OVF Tool>ovftool.exe navappliance.ovf navappliancenew.ovf
Opening OVF source: navappliance.ovf
Opening OVF target: navappliancenew.ovf
Writing OVF package: navappliancenew.ovf
Transfer Completed
 - No manifest file found.
 - Wrong file size specified in OVF descriptor for 'navappliance-disk001.vmdk' (specified: -1, actual 923340288).
 - No supported manifest(sha1, sha256, sha512) entry found for: 'navappliance-disk001.vmdk'.
Completed successfully

c:\Program Files\VMware\VMware OVF Tool>

In EXSI: Line 16: Missing child element 'VirtualHardwareSection'.

Ready to complete

Review your settings selection before finishing the wizard

On Tue, Apr 27, 2021 at 7:11 AM Colton Conor <> wrote:
I am not sure what the OVFTool is, so I would say no I did not use that. I will check it out. 

On Tue, Apr 27, 2021 at 4:16 AM Morten Brekkevold <> wrote:
On Mon, 26 Apr 2021 21:00:02 -0500 Colton Conor <> wrote:

> I am trying to test NAV using the virtual machine. However when I import
> into EXSI V7, I get the following error message in EXSI:  Line 16: Missing
> child element 'VirtualHardwareSection'.

I don't have any ESXI to test on, but it works perfectly fine on
Virtualbox. Did you remember to use OVFTool to convert/import the image?

Morten Brekkevold