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Hi. Will VMware Server or Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 take any advantage of having more than 4 GB ram memory on a 32-bit system with Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition?
I am running a VMware environment and have recently taken four snapshots. Due to an available space issue, I was forced to delete three of these snapshots. I could not properly clean up those deleted snapshots and, as a result, the vmdk files from them still exist in the environment. Obviously I...