Lessons Learned: Running Windows Server 2008 R2 VMs on Windows 7 - Under The Hood

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06/29/2010

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Eugene Rosenfeld

Good post. Yeah, Microsoft really does not have a viable desktop virtualization product. I've got a post with more info on the various options for creating 64-bit virtual machines with both MS and non MS products:

http://thingsthatshouldbeeasy.blogspot.com/2009/07/creating-64-bit-virtual-machines.html

I'm been a big fan of VMware since its 2.0 beta days. My friend likes VirtualBox, but he has had some issues with his existing VMs when deploying VirtualBox updates.

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