Virtual Machine Additions for Windows Server 2003 SP1


The virtual machine team is “pedal to the metal” developing and testing an update for Virtual Machine Additions. This update will make Windows Server 2003 SP1 run better in virtual machines running under the release version of Virtual Server 2005. As soon as the new VM Additions are available, I’ll let you know.

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    L’installation du SP1 de 2k3 sur une VPC affecte considérablement les performance de la VPC. En effet,…

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  10. Robert Aitchison says:

    So these are getting released separately from Vitrual Server 2005 SP1?

    How do these compare to the VM Additions from VPC 2004 SP1 (What I’ve been using for my Windows Server 2003 SP1 guests on VS 2005)?

    For that matter, how do they compare with the VM Additions in the ß of VS 2005 SP1 and how will they compare with the released version of VS2005 SP1?

    Thanks as always for the info!!

  11. This version of VM Additions is essentially the same as that released with Virtual Server 2005, except that it has support for Windows Server 2003 SP1. If you want to run Windows Server 2003 SP1 in a virtual machine under Virtual Server 2005 RTM, then this is the version you want to install. Alternatively, you can install the version of Virtual Machine Additions that is included with the Beta release of Virtual Server 2005 SP1, as long as it’s a non-production scenario. Beta 1 isn’t supported on a production server. But for a production server, you need to wait for the official updated version.

  12. Robert Aitchison says:

    Just wondering what happened with this, maybe the decision was made to not release new VMAdditions separately but wait until VS 2005 SP1 was released.

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    Is it possible to set the server images so that each user could have or use only their profile to access images?

    What i mean is that right now if one person is using a specific image, then other users can see what user 1 is looking at and, therefore, cannot access the same image/HD. Is it possible to make it so both users could use the same image without stepping on other’s toes?

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