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IBM System Director 6.2 + VMWare Virtual Center 4.1

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I like to know if there are any limitation to install thoose applications on the same server, are there any port conflicts? DB ? etc...


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They will co-exist on the same server, install IBM System Director 6.2 first, because the VMWare Virtual Center 4.1 installation will prompt for Port Changes if required.

both can use an MIcrosoft SQL database.
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