i want to know where to download what version of vmware and what to put it on? workstation server? will it load on a HP 6000 MT with a e6300 dual core processor and 2GB memory?

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You can use ESX 5 for vmware or Oracle's Virtual Desktop. You could put on either a workstation or server. The main thing to be aware of is the amount of disk space. It should run with no issues  on the spec's you mention above.  If you use the Oracle VD then you may run into an issue if you are running Windows 7 because there is a limit on the number of concurrent connections which might force you to use a server OS. 

Answered 05/03/2013 by: Timi
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Physical system requirements and further info: http://blog.kace.com/2012/09/19/k2000-deploying-at-remote-sites/

One thing I would definitely recommend staying away from running a production RSA on the free VMWare Player.

Answered 05/06/2013 by: mpace
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  • I was told by a KACE support technician that VMware Player is unsupported for the RSA. ESX or VMware workstation can get the job done.
    • Yep, unsupported and unreliable. I've also had problems with Virtualbox for anyone else that might be thinking of going with that (also unsupported).
  • How does VMware workstation 9 stack up?
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When I was testing for a netboot work around I used a classroom image.  Dell 790 /w 2gig, Windows 7 x32 with vmware-player 3.14 installed on it.   I was only testing usually 1-2 units.  When it proved out a feasable solution we deployed to the main vmware server for 2 subnets and 2 old servers running hyper-v.  Just make sure you have enough HDD space.

Answered 05/03/2013 by: SMal.tmcc
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