Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 8th Sep 2011 18:43 UTC
Windows After a few relatively small changes and not-so-earth-shattering features, the Windows 8 blog has now unveiled something many of you will surely appreciate: Hyper-V, Microsoft's hypervisor-based virtualisation software, will be integrated into the client releases of Windows 8 - not just the server releases.
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Partly off-topic question
by bogomipz on Fri 9th Sep 2011 20:47 UTC
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The number one use case I have for virtualization is to run a VPN client without loosing access to the local network, or to use multiple VPNs simultaneously.

Does anybody know of other ways to sandbox a VPN on Windows? The virtualization approach feels sort of heavy weight for this.

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