19) Either change the path of the destination folder…
… or accept the defaults and then click “Next” (I just went with the defaults).
20) In the Configuration page you can change the path of where you store your Virtual Machines (Insure that the non-pooled hard drive is chosen and not the DE “DATA” Drv)…
… or accept the default given. Accept all the other defaults and click “Next”
21) Choose which ICONS and shortcuts you want placed on your Desktop and then click “Next”
22) Click the “Install” button to start the installation.
23) Relax for a couple of minutes while VMware Server installs.
24) Once the installation has completed you will get a personalization screen to put your Name, Company, and the License Key which you were given when registering your copy of VMware Server 2, click next when completed.
Old news now. The way to run is with Workstation 8 – Think of all the improvement there are in WS8 with all that new ESX knowledge VMWare have gleaned since making Server 2.
Workstation 8 does have alot of advanteges over the old VMWare Server 2 App. However for the Small Business or Home User Euthusiest who necessarily does not have the $200 dollars to shell out for a license to use Workstation 8 this still a good cost prohibitive soloution and will still run just about anything up to WIndows 7/2008 R2 Server.
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