Microsoft Virtual Server


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Microsoft Virtual Server

A virtual machine environment for Windows servers from Microsoft that supports most x86 operating systems as guests. It is used to run multiple copies of Windows as well as Linux in a virtualized server environment. Virtual Server was superseded by Hyper-V. See Virtual PC, Hyper-V and Windows XP Mode.
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This has existed for some time on high-end machines and mainframes, but VMware, Microsoft Virtual Server and Xen [virtualisation products that enable servers to be partitioned so they can run multiple operating systems] opened up virtualisation to users of commodity servers.
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Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V, Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2

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