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On Wed, 3 Aug 2005 14:29:44 -0700, "Matt Schuckmann" <matthew_schuckmann at amat.com> wrote: >Yes I think that is about right I'm not sure if it's VirutalPC. > >IT wanted the CVS stuff isolated from everything else and this is the way >they wanted to do it. > >Up till now it seemed to be working fine. Bo, do you have any experience >with this and any reason for suspecting issues? > I've been using VirtualPC off and on to debug stuff meant for platforms like OS/2 Warp, Fedora Core Linux and others and using VPC spares me a separate PC and Ghosting schemes to do it. However, I have had my share of networking problems doing that, for example the DHCP network address pick-up does not correctly make the virtual PC part of my DNS for the remainder of the network. I'd expect a server running like this could find itself in more trouble, but I have not installed a server in this environment (it requires Microsoft Virtual Server, which I don't have). HTH, Bo /Bo Berglund