It's time to purchase a new laptop. I've got some classes coming up in January to learn more about Microsoft's server software (MCSE Stuff).
What I'd really like to do is prop up a new G4 laptop in the class running server 2000 advanced and use that as my workstation for the semester. There's a lot of possible wow factor here, but I'd be in a room of doubters and it would have to work well.
Can anyone tell me if they have successfull installed Advanced server 2000 and/or 2003 on a Mac using VPC? If you have, can you tell me what your experiences where? Is this a good enough setup to effectively run the server software? Please keep in mind that this will be a test environment for school purposes only. I will not be expecting Server 2000 through VPC to run and manage my network. I have dedicated servers for this purpose.
I am in my last quarter in college, and I went through it with a mac in the pc classes. For every microsoft class I took (Windows 2000 Professional, Server, and Server Management and Administration)
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