Free VMware Server released

Until now, the free VMware Server was only available as a beta, but today VMware Inc. finally released the 1.0 of the product. This makes it possible for ISVs to save money and time by hosting multiple servers on one physical machine and start/stop/control the servers remotely. We have been waiting for the final release and can now start converting our servers to virtual ones.

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