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Primavera running in a virtual environment?

Does anyone know of any problems with moving Primavera off a physical server to a virtual server? I've been asked if this is feasible, but I'm not that experienced with Primavera. It's an older version (5.0 SP1) that does not have many users. I was told that there may be an issue with whether or not I have concurrent or per seat licensing. Is anyone aware of any techinical difficulties?
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Paul SolovyovskyCommented:
You can always run vmware converter and convert to VM and try it out if you dont get any answers.  You can use vmware converter (free) and stand up vmware server (windows) on a spare box and try it out.  vmware converter will not effect any operation so it should be a straight forward test

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