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I have a Vista 32-bit desktop. Is there any way, using virtual technology, to deploy Windows Server 2008 on it?
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You can install Virtual server 2005 and deploy a 32 bit server 2008 virtual machine.
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You can also use Microsoft Virtual PC which will be more suitable for Vista:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=28c97d22-6eb8-4a09-a7f7-f6c7a1f000b5&displaylang=en

Alternate to that might be VMware Workstation but this is not for free unfortunately:
http://www.vmware.com/products/ws/

Those two products will be most reliable for your use I'd say as your host OS is Vista.
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