That may not excite you like it should. You may be a fan of
Xen or VMWare or Virtual PC or maybe not have any idea of what any of them do.
But what if youíre working for a Microsoft shop, want to economize on hardware
and consolidate several old servers on to a single machine (without conflict),
need support from Microsoft and have the freedom to run a virtualized Linux
server in there, too? Well, buy a good server chassis, get a legal copy of your
favorite Windows OS and install. Then grab a free, supported copy of Virtual
Server 2005 R2 from http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserversystem/virtualserver/default.mspx .
In this article, we’ll take a look at Virtual
Server 2005 R2.
But first, letís back up a little bit so that everyone can start from
the same place. Whatsa Virtual Server?
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