6220 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Sep 10, 2012 2:10 AM by The1RealDave
Only on PC Windows, and only with utilities designed more for enterprise users to go between a VM and physical or move it other hardware. V2P and P2P and of course P2V.
The place to ask is Parallels. I know VMware has some but none are designed for Macs and Apple. Plus, not sure how but the Microsoft EULA really does specify one activation is for either VM or native install, not both.
I was only saying that whatever VMware and Parallels do to have one license for VM AND for Boot Camp "stretches" the EULA a bit.
+Please make sure that you do not violate the licensing agreement of your operating system and other installed software by virtualizing your system.+
People with Mac Pro definitely are running multiple VMs today.
As for if/how to convert:
easily migrates a Windows-based computer to a virtual environment (P2V) and vice versa (V2P)
Supported Virtual Machines
Microsoft Virtual PC
Oracle VirtualBox 3
I don't see Macs and Parallels being supported.
Windows 7 Virtual Hard Drives are also interesting and have some nice features. Like boot to a VHD.