The file does unpack properly. I have downloaded and verified that it imports from OVF to a working VM, I'll check on windows next. Perhaps there is some other issue?
Can you please share what tool you were using to attempt to unpack the compressed file? 7za on windows would be the most appropriate to use, which can be obtained from http://www.7-zip.org/.
On linux or macos command line, the p7zip tool can be used from the command line, as well as unrar, tool. For ubuntu this is discussed here:
If you are using an appropriate tool to unpack the file, it might be that the download is somehow failing to complete.
The following article from microsoft details how to perform SHA1 checksums of a download file (which we list the values you should see returned on the download page).
The file might not unpack if you are running on a 32bit OS as well... Its meant for use on 64bit OS.
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