VMware Server 2.0, build 84186 Beta 2 vydán

VMware pracuje na novém virtuálním serveru – VMware Server 2.0. Mezi
jeho nové klíčové vlastnosti patří:

  • VI Web Access: VI Web Access enables you to perform host
    and virtual machine configuration on VMware Server 2.0. This intuitive
    web-based interface provides a simple and flexible tool for virtual machine
  • VMware Remote Console: VMware Remote Console enables you to
    interact with the guest operating system on the host or a remote system. After
    you install it as a Web browser add-on, it can run independently from VI Web

  • USB 2.0 Device Support: VMware Server now supports faster
    data transfer with USB devices plugged into the host system. If the guest
    operating system has appropriate USB 2.0 device drivers, you can use
    peripherals that require high-speed performance, such as speakers, webcams,
    next-generation printers and scanners, and fast storage devices.
  • Increased RAM support: The maximum amount of memory that
    can be allocated per virtual machine has been raised from 3.6GB to 8GB. The
    amount of memory used by all virtual machines combined is limited only by the
    amount of the host computer’s RAM.
  • Improved 64-bit guest support: 64-bit guest operating
    systems that run on Intel EM64T VT-capable or AMD64 revision D or later
    processors are fully supported.
  • Native 64-bit host support on Linux: VMware Server now runs
    natively on 64-bit Linux host operating systems.
  • Multi-tiered permissions: Configure different levels of
    permissions to access virtual

machines in different ways, including browsing, interacting, configuring and
administering virtual machines.

  • New hardware editors: Edit and add devices such as USB
    2.0 devices and legacy devices

such as floppy drives, serial and parallel ports.

  • Automatically start your virtual machines: Select which
    virtual machines you want to

automatically start when the VMware Server application starts. In addition,
there is also the option to boot the virtual machine directly into the BIOS
Setup Screen.