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Virtual Machine Guide


VMware Server is a free virtualization product for Microsoft Windows and Linux  servers. It enables users to quickly provision new server capacity by partitioning a  physical server into multiple virtual machines. You can use VMware Server to  provision a wide variety of plug‐and‐play virtual appliances for commonly used  infrastructure. VMware Server provides full and experimental support for virtual machines running  32‐bit and 64‐bit guest operating systems.


The host machine the server on which you install  VMware Server must have one of the processors that VMware Server supports. You  can use a remote console running on a 32‐bit machine to connect to a 64‐bit host  machine running 64‐bit guest operating systems.

Experimental support for two‐way Virtual Symmetric Multiprocessing (Virtual SMP)  lets you assign two virtual processors to a virtual machine on any host machine that has  at least two logical processors.

VMware Server does not support guests with more than two virtual processors. You can, however, power on and run multiple dual‐processor virtual machines.

You can configure a number of virtual devices, including serial and parallel ports,  DVD/CD‐ROM drives, floppy drives, and sound drivers (Linux only) to be  automatically detected.

The benefit of auto‐detect devices is that you can move them  between virtual machines running different guest operating systems, such as Windows  and Linux, without having to reconfigure the devices.


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