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    Windows & Linux Virtualization.

    I got a high-spec Dedicated server with Windows 2008 R2 Data Center installed, May I know there is possible to install CentOS with SolusVM OpenVZ? So I able to using the Linux & Windows VPS?

    Thanks in advance.
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    Hi,

    You will have to reformat the server.
    Your Datacenter should be able to do that.
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    Hi

    Not currently, SolusVM needs to be installed with Centos 5 then you buy the solusvm licence and install it on the server.

    Why did you buy it with windows 2008 on it ? www.solusvm.com <- has the howto guides on it.

    Thanks

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    Note that with OpenVZ you can have only Linux VPS.
    For bith Linux and Windows you can use VMWare, KVM or Xen (with some limitations).
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    You can go with Hyper-V on Windows 2008 R2 for Linux as well if you need SUSE or RHEL.

    http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserv...-guest-os.aspx
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    With Windows Datacenter you do have more virtualization options, but Linux is not one of them. I would agree with Motiv and use Hyper-V.
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    I would also agree with Hyper-V, much better resource allocation!
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