Microsoft has made a great effort to allow Linux and native Linux apps to run on Windows 10. Enabling Subsystem for Linux will allow you to run Linux OS and Linux native apps on top of Windows 10. For more technical details about access to Windows kernel to run Linux and/or Linux native apps, please consult Google.
To export a virtual machine from the VCSA you can use either VCSA client (HTML5 or Flex). Since neither of these methods is reliable enough, you can export it using PowerCLI and PowerShell interface on your PC or MAC. In this example I will use a virtual machine named v-srv01. Please note that export VM function is available only in commercial versions of ESXi server and any version of VCSA. Continue reading “How to export VMware virtual machine from ESXi or VCSA using PowerCLI”