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Convert Citrix Xen Virtual Appliance data to Virtual Hard Disk file.

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xva to vhd conversion seems to represent a transformation of Citrix Xen virtual appliance file (.xva) to Virtual Hard Disk file (.vhd). Apparently this can be done using the XenConvert tool provided by Citrix. You can download it for free from their websites.

Updated: May 30, 2022

Microsoft Windows software Microsoft Windows icon - convert xva to vhd on Windows


A free virtual machine converter by Citrix

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Convert from xva file

Yes, XenConvert supports xva file conversion as a source file type.NoNoNoNoNoNoNo

to vhd file

Yes, XenConvert supports vhd file conversion as a target file type.NoNoNoNoNoNoNo

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Additional links: Open xva file, Open vhd file


An xva file extension is related to the XenServer a server virtualization platform.


A vhd file extension is commonly used for virtual hard drives for Microsoft Virtual Server. A vhd file contains disk image used in virtual machines. Several programs can work with .vhd files including Microsoft Virtual PC, or ISOBuster.


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