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Microsoft's Virtual Server 2005 SP1 will support Linux
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 4/22/2005 09:09:00 PM.

Steve Ballmer, on of the main decision factors within Microsoft, has promised that for the first time, Microsoft products will include Linux support, allowing users to administer mixed networks.

Endorsing Microsoft’s number one rival will start once the Service Pack 1 for Virtual Server 2005 is published, at the end of this year.

According to Network World Fusion, Ballmer declared that „Microsoft will offer support for the computers that don’t have Windows on them, but are connected to one of the Virtual Server nodes of the company. Emulating is one of the key features desired by Microsoft, and in our vision, this is the way to improving compatibility and decreasing TCO (total cost of ownership).”

Source: softpedia


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