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    Default Open-e and Windows Virtual Server

    How well do the two co-exist?
    Any issues? Conflicts?

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    Sorry to say we havenít tested with Windows Virtual Servers only VMware and VI.
    All the best,

    Todd Maxwell


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    In that case we will go with Virtual Iron. Are there any compatibility issues between Open-e and VI?

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    None that we are aware of; if you email me I will send you a certification from one of our Resellers creating the certification.
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    if it works in virtual iron, it will work the same in virtual server. microsoft invented the VHD and virtual iron re-uses thier innovations.

    http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/f...izationqa.mspx

    its more a question of "does virtual server support VHD's stored on ISCSI targets accessed via the microsoft iscsi initiator?" in my opinion, of course.

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

    applications after all, should be agnostic to how you deliver the storage. the day that changes is the day i stop upgrading

    /rant

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    Thanks Netsyphon - excellent comments!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by To-M
    Sorry to say we havenít tested with Windows Virtual Servers only VMware and VI.
    Hi there,

    Do you have certification for VMWare too? I can't find it in the hardware compatibility guide on their website; we normally use VMWare (ESX), but was considering alternatives for a project using DSS if it wasn't certified.

    Alan

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    It is in process - we need 5 - 7 weeks as they have new procedures.
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    Todd Maxwell


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