• Virtual Apps vs. Virtual Desktops

    I work for small school district with about 600 PCs on our network. We have a 1GB backbone and 12 servers (7 of them VMs). I recently put in a large terminal server to utilize thin clients, but found restricts with software I could run on the server OS (Win 2008R2). In some research, I came across...

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  • Performing a Virtual Server to Physical Server Migration

    Because of limited hardware resources, I am using VMware Server 1.5 in a lab environment to build and test a Windows Server 2003 DOMAIN consisting of 8 servers on one physical host. Once this virtual DOMAIN is functional and successfully tested, I will need to move it to a production LAN consisting...

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  • What desktop access do I need to provide 15 virtual desktops to a client?

    Virtualization for dummies question. my client has 5 servers and 15 workstations. I do not want to virtualize the servers now since they have vendor applications running on them and I dont want the hassle of upgrade or maintaining these apps. I do want to provide the client 15 virtual desktops...

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  • P2V Windows XP SP3 SQL Server 2005 Express

    Hi all, can I do P2V with Windows XP SP3 and SQL Server 2005 Express? Is that is possible and how? I mean what kind of software if its doing cold or hot?

    Fulgen5 pointsBadges:
  • VMware Server Management Interface Question

    Can someone help me understand Other Memory Usage in VMware Server Management Interface as ours is very high and we can’t work out why. We are running VMware Server on top of Windows Server 2003 X64 on an HP DL140 G3 with dual quad Xeon and 6GB Memory. VMware Management Interface is showing 4.9GB...

    Vmwareuser20 pointsBadges:
  • Regarding Nagios report generation

    I have been using Nagios, I took over it from a team member who installed it, so in order to take it further, I want to try and send mails to the respective email ids whenever the service or host goes down. Where can I start from?

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  • What is the advantage of using Microsoft System Center for Virtualization Management?

    What is the advantage of using Microsoft System Center for Virtualization Management? This question was asked during the Microsoft System Center live chat on IT Knowledge Exchange in January 2010.

    ITKE354,275 pointsBadges:
  • VMware HA/DRS over WAN?

    Hello, I am new to virtualization technology and right now I'm learning about VMware virtual infrastructure features. Does anyone know if VMware HA/DRS is supported over WAN? Any document on this will help too. Thank you! Aiko

    Aiko15 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual Server 2005 and Windows Server 2008 installation error

    Virtual server 2005 R2 running on Windows server 2003 SP2 Enterprise edition. When I try to install Windows server 2008 using the ISO image attached to VM. I keep getting this error: "Windows installation has encountered an error and needs to be restarted." Any Suggestions?

    ITKE354,275 pointsBadges:
  • Looking for suggestions for storage analysis tools

    I work as a consultant and we help our clients to find better IT infrastructure solutions. I am looking for storage analysis tools that can be installed at a client site fairly cheaply and that can: -- Analyze all servers in a network, including virtual servers. -- Identify each drive on each...

    SearchStorageATE215 pointsBadges:
  • Migrate Virtual PC to Windows Vista

    Can Windows XP Pro SP2 virtual PC migrate to Windows Vista?

    0712197810 pointsBadges:
  • Linux on IFL Processor

    Can I run Suse and Red Hat Linux on two separate VMs in the same IFL processor?

    Subhasht5 pointsBadges:
  • VMware ESX vs. Hyper-V

    I would like to get a discussion going on the communities experiences with VMWare ESX vs. Hyper-v Any insights you can share as to why you have chosen one over the other will be helpful for other community members looking to make a decision. Thanks Sean Community Manager

    ITKE354,275 pointsBadges:
  • Cannot login to Citrix from home

    Cannot log in to citrix from home. Data boxes come up but never goes past that. Started about a month ago.

    kobukron10 pointsBadges:
  • Managing snapshots in a VMware environment

    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...

  • Uninstallation problem VMware Server & Console

    Situation: Installed VMware player but I formatted my hard disk and then I downloaded VMware Server free(with reg.key and installed it in WIN vista ultimate 32.During installtion wizard, it gives me Error (Rolling back action)then the final error was (The wizard was interrupted before the VMware...

    Rurouni10 pointsBadges:
  • Size of virtual memory

    An operating system uses 0 virtual memory but requires the whole program to be in physical memory during execution (no paging or segmentation). The size of physical memory is 100 MB. The size of virtual memory is 1 GB. How many programs of size 10 MB can be run concurrently by this operating...

    mickysimons5 pointsBadges:
  • I am trying to use RUNRMTCMD from my i5 to a Windows 2003 server running VMWare.

    I am trying to use RUNRMTCMD from my i5 to a Windows 2003 server running VMware. I have never used this command before and was wondering if anyone can provide steps as to what needs to be running/setup on each side? If anyone has any documentation that would be great. Thanks.

    Alison88380 pointsBadges:
  • Win Drupal’s Building Blocks!

    Are you a developer? Today's free IT book is an essential addition to your library: Drupal's Building Blocks. Learn how to quickly build web sites with CCK, Views, and Panels after you win this great resource. There are two ways to win this book: Answer one of five questions and post the link to...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • No remote desktop access in a Hyper-V Failover Cluster 2008 R2

    I am having an issue with remote desktop access to a virtual machine in a Hyper-V failover Cluster. 6 months ago I successfully setup VMs in Hyper-V with remote desktop access but it wasn't in a cluster. I have remote desktop access to both of the cluster nodes it's just the VMs within the...

    Charlesll45 pointsBadges:

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