Next VMware Fusion 2.0 Beta Will Support Mac OS X Leopard Server

Last January, at Macworld, VMware delivered a preview of Mac OS X Leopard Server installing and running as a virtual machine on Mac OS X. In honor of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, the VMware Fusion team has announced that Mac OS X Leopard Server support will be available in VMware Fusion 2.0’s next beta.

This is a result of changes in Mac OS X Leopard Server’s license agreement, which now allows users to run multiple copies of Mac OS X Server on a single Apple computer.

“Virtual Leopard Server is a huge leap forward for Mac server administrators, developers, and more, and we’re truly excited to bring this to the Mac community, in VMware Fusion 2.0, which will be a free upgrade for all VMware Fusion 1.x customers.”

Here’s a short video the team put out:

[Source: VMTN Blog]

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