Microsoft Virtual Server
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Microsoft Virtual ServerA 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 Virtual Server was superseded by Hyper-V. See Virtual PC, Hyper-V and Windows XP Mode.
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