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Explore the new flexible desktop computing options that are available with Windows
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Update for Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1 Available
This update qualifies support for the following additional Guest and Host Operating Systems: Windows Vista SP1 (Business, Enterprise, Ultimate), Windows XP SP3, Windows Server 2008 (Standard, Enterprise, Datacenter, Web).
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SCVMM provides centralized administration of Virtual Server, enables increased physical
server utilization and rapid provisioning of new virtual machines.
Microsoft Exec: SUSE Linux Guest Support Coming TechTarget (February 13, 2007): Speaking from the InfoWorld Virtualization
Executive Forum in San Francisco this week, Mike Neil told discussed how Microsoft
and Novell are working toward interoperability and the role of virtualization in
that effort and about the impact of these technologies on IT shops.