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virtual appliance resources

I'm fairly new to appliances but have become a big fan of virtualization. Are there any other resources where I can find and download virtual appliances outside of vmware's website? Or do I just need ...
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Can't ping my Window 7 machine from within a Windows XP virtual machine

I have Windows 7 installed as my primary operating system, on a laptop that's on my home network (wireless). I'm using Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 SP1 to run a virtual machine of Windows XP SP3, in ...
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Can I send a redirection a separate domain over HTTPS?

I have 2x SSLs on one server for two different domains. I've done so by making SSL number 2 point to another port number, in this case 444. Code for apache below: <VirtualHost XX.XX.XX.XX:443> ...
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how to add a virtual directory on a remote machine IIS 6

We have a build script to add a Virtual Directory to an existing website running on the same server. it works fine, is it possible to add a virtual directory to a remote machine? which the user has ...
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DRBD / Heartbeat on Virtual Machines

Does anyone have experience configuring drbd with heartbeat between 2 virtual linux machines (VMWare Infrastructure)? The problem I am running into is that heartbeat likes multiple data paths to see ...
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Virtual PC - Moving Physical PC into virtual environment

Greetings. I have a small Dell GX260 machine that I have been using for testing purposes. And very often during one of my experiments on the machine I mess it up so I have to re-install Windows XP ...
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Help about NAT with virtual server

I have a dedicated server running Linux CentOS 5.3 with 2 IP addresses. I've installed a virtual machine using VMware Server. The host and the guest have a host-only network. Now I want to map the 2nd ...
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How do I allow my computer to refer to itself as any ip on 192.168.1.*?

I'm using a Mac OS X, and I'm trying to begin using VirtualHost functionality with Apache2. I've created and loaded up a hosts file that looks like this: 127.0.0.1 localhost 192.168.0.71 ...