Re: How does one utilize the 4 Virutal Machines that you are entitled to with Windows Vista Enterprise?
Brian Drab - You are slightly confused. Virtual PC is "free" - keep in mind
reference to "PC". There is no OS included with "Virtual PC" - you must
install the OS. Each OS installation requires validation as if being
installed on a "normal" PC.
With Enterprise you can do four OS installations on four virtual PCS.
"Rock" <Rock@nospam.net> wrote in message
> "Brian Drab" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
>> We have purchased Windows Vista Enterprise with Software Assurance for
>> our IT Department. One of the reasons we did this was so that we would be
>> able to run up to 4 virtual machines with Windows Vista on them "for
>> free" as part of the licensing agreement. Awhile ago it was stated that
>> Enterprise users would get Virtual PC however this became free because of
>> competition from VMWare. Each time you install Vista you have to activate
>> it and it takes up a license so how do we go about getting the four
>> Virtual Machines that are available to us? Thank you.
> Contact the MS rep that you dealt with to get the Enterprise and SA
> Rock [MS-MVP User/Shell]