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Upload Templates from the Local Filesystem

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Troubleshooting VM template uploads

The GUI upload process is handled by the browser and there are some limitations. If a file is not compatible with GUI upload, you can upload it manually. Manual upload requires access to the filesystem, so it should be done by a system administrator. See Importing Templates into the Appliance Library#Manual Upload.

For more Information about VM Templates, see Virtual Machine Template Guide

Note that downloading templates to the client requires access to the Appliance Manager IP address configured for the current datacenter. 

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Add public cloud templates to the Apps library

To import a template from a public cloud region into the platform's template cache, do the following steps:
  1. Go to Apps library → Public → select the public cloud region
  2. Then click the + add button at the bottom of the screen
  3. The Import template popup will open

  4. Enter the search criteria for your template

    1. In the ID field, this can be an ID, such as an AMI ID, or in the Name field it can be text to search for in the name 
    2. Private templates are images that are only available to your user account in the public cloud provider. In vCloud Director this option displays templates in the same organization as your user

    Then click Search to perform the search. The search can take some time and return several pages of templates

  5. To import a template, click the import symbol in the top right-hand corner of the template

    1. If your Azure template has terms of use, then you will need to accept these now or when you first create a VM from the template. 
      1. Accepting the terms of use requires the privilege to Manage virtual machine template terms of use and it enables programmatic deployment of the template for your Azure subscription. If you then disable programmatic deployment in the portal but you would like to deploy the template, you will need to delete it from the platform and import it again.
      2. If you share the template with another enterprise, then a user of that enterprise will need to accept the terms of use before they can create a VM

    When a template has been imported, the color of the import symbol will change to gray

  6. When you have finished importing templates click Close



Download templates from the Docker registry

 Click here to show/hide Docker information

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