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Old April 11, 2012, 09:47 AM
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Originally Posted by JD View Post
If this is server-class hardware, you could run VMware ESXi or MS Hyper-V. Both are lightweight hypervisors designed specifically for hosting numerous VMs. Far more efficient than using VirtualBox.

And either product should support auto-startup with delays in between to prevent resource contention.
ESXi does let you configure which Virtual Machines will auto start on boot with set priorities. I don't know about the Citrix equivalent as I didn't test it much.
Originally Posted by lcdguy View Post
don't forget citrix zen server (or is it xen)
It's Xen but I pronounce it the way you spelled it.
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