• Reader Feedback: Microsoft Virtual PC is as good as VMWare

    In your discussion about building an affordable practice lab, you missed the Microsoft products. Virtual PC is great, and its bigger brother, Virtual Server (in public beta release) gives you full access to the Virtual Sessions, via client and web page, from anywhere on the network.

    Ed Tittel4,825 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft makes Virtual PC free; changes SA benefit

    Microsoft's Virtual PC is now being offered for free. Software Assurance customers, who once received Virtual PC as a benefit, will now get four free instances of Vista for one virtual machine.

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  • Comparing VMWare and Virtual PC

    think Virtual PC was great until it went to Connectix. As soon as Microsoft bought Connectix, they changed things in Virtual PC and now many legacy applications can't communicate under Virtual PC 2004. I

    Ed Tittel4,825 pointsBadges:
  • Reader Feedback: Virtual PC 2004 vs. VMWare

    Regarding your article 'Build an affordable practice lab at home,' how does Microsoft Virtual PC 2004 rate compared to VMWare for virtual sessions?

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  • Iomega portable hard drives can store and sync virtual PC images with v.Clone

    Iomega prepares to ship new software later this month for Iomega portable hard drives that allows users to synchronize and mount a virtual PC image on a secondary machine.

    Beth Pariseau7,340 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual PC image ensures things work in IE6, IE7

    A downloadable image from MIcrosoft can help administrators make sure that everything works in both Internet Explorer 6 and IE 7.

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  • How to install Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 on Windows

    Got a ticket for the virtualization train? Jump in with Anil Desai, and he'll teach you how to install Microsoft Virtual Server from beginning to end, starting with this article.

    Anil Desai765 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Virtual Server vs. Virtual PC

    Microsoft has two virtualization offerings -- Virtual Server 2005 and Virtual PC -- that are both great products at a great price (free). So which one is better? It depends what you want to do.

    Anil Desai765 pointsBadges:
  • Virtualizing Windows Vista: The basics

    Get Windows Vista advice and a review of Vista in VMware and Virtual PC as well as the big drawback, lack of support for Aero Glass, in this tip.

  • Microsoft Virtual PC zero-day flaw weakens virtual sessions

    An error in Microsoft Virtual PC can make some harmless bugs on physical PCs to be much more serious in virtual environments, according to an advisory by Core Security.

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