Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, Windows 2008 R2 out via volume licensing in Technical; It's not instant and must be something to do with the graphics drivers.
Yup, it will be this
VMware Self-Service- ...
16th August 2009, 08:57 PM #31
Yup, it will be this
It's not instant and must be something to do with the graphics drivers.
VMware Self-Service- Disable SVGA drivers installed with VMware Tools on Windows 7
"If you plan to use Windows 7 as a guest operating system, do not use the SVGA drivers included with VMware Tools. Use the standard SVGA driver instead."
2008 R2 = Windows 7 server
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16th August 2009, 11:06 PM #32
Ah, a convenient KB has appeared after everyone said it was crashing!
It's not a fix, but a usable workaround for the moment, although it really is quite unpleasant without the accelerated vmware driver.
16th August 2009, 11:13 PM #33
and really slow to load MMC consoles as well
BIG icons for control panel, no classic control panel.
I thought you could switch on classic start menu though!
16th August 2009, 11:31 PM #34
Hah! you should try them on VMs with old hardware.
Originally Posted by cookie_monster
They were the main reason I abandoned moving to 2008 with our 32 bit 3.0GHz Xeons (old, single core, hyperthreading, non VT)
Much snappier on the Nehalems
16th August 2009, 11:34 PM #35
Not really - for me an Exchange box only ever runs Exchange and considering how massive/complex that can be (subject to your functionaility requirements), I'm just not that interested in the OS.
Originally Posted by Crispin
And if it did run on 2K8 R2 you'd still need an earlier 32bit Windows box with the Exchange Management stuff for PST imports/exports and so on.
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