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I am new to the virtulization world and would like to setup a ESX server at house to play with. However I do not enough machines to make this possible. I heard someone say that there is a way to install ESX server on a USB drive just to play around with it. Is this possible and what are the gottas?
Just wondering what is curretnly supported for attaching USB devices to and ESX v3.x server?