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is a virtualization solution that facilitates the creation of
virtual machines on the Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows
Server 2003 operating systems. Originally developed by Connectix,
it was acquired by Microsoft prior to release. Virtual PC is
Microsoft's related desktop virtualization software package.
Virtual machines are created and managed through an IIS web-based
interface or through a Windows client application tool called
VMRCplus. The current version is Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2
SP1. New features in R2 SP1 include Linux guest operating system
support, Virtual Disk Precompactor, SMP (but not for the Guest OS),
x86-64 (x64) Host OS support (but not Guest OS support), the
ability to mount virtual hard drives on the host OS and additional
operating systems including Windows Vista. It also provides a
Volume Shadow Copy writer which enables live backups of the Guest
OS on a Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008 Host.
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