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Windows 7: Linus Torvalds gives Windows 7 a big thumbs up

02 Nov 2009   #31

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Jordus View Post
I wont argue that Hyper-V is difficult to remotely manage in workgroup environment. But its easy peasy in a Domain environment, which almost any business is going to have
While my business does have a domain environment, our domain typically isn't extended into the data centers and such where we run our customer facing webservers and such.

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