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VMware P2V Assistant 2.1


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VMware P2V Assistant Hardware and Virtualization Platform Support Matrix

Source/Target Workstation 4.5, 5.0, or GSX 3.0 Workstation 5.5 and ESX 2.x - 1 VCPU Workstation 5.5 and ESX 2.x - 2 VCPUs
NT Server 4.0 UP Supported Supported Unsupported
NT Server 4.0 SMP, NT TSE (Termincal Services Edition) Unsupported - use P2V 1.0.x Unsupported - use P2V 1.0.x Unsupported - use P2V 1.0.x
2000 UP Supported Supported Tentatively supported. Requires a manual upgrade of configuration using Device Manager to ACPI Multiprocessor.
2000 SMP - 1CPU Supported Supported Tentatively supported. 2nd CPU support requires Device Manager to upgrade configuration to ACPI Multiprocessor.
2000 SMP -2 CPUs or more Tentatively supported. Requires a manual downgrade of hardware using Device Manager to ACPI Uniprocessor. Supported Supported
XP UP Supported Supported Unsupported. No SMP upgrade path available through Device Manager.
XP SMP - 1CPU Supported Supported Supported. OS automatically detects 2nd CPU and changes configuration to ACPI Multiprocessor (MSFT KB 309283)
XP SMP -2 CPUs or more Tentatively supported. Requires a manual downgrade of hardware using Device Manager to ACPI Uniprocessor. Tentatively supported. Supported
2003 UP Supported Supported Unsupported. No SMP upgrade path available through Device Manager.
2003 SMP - 1CPU Supported Supported Supported. OS automatically detects 2nd CPU and changes configuration to ACPI Multiprocessor (MSFT KB 309283)
2003 SMP -2 CPUs or more Tentatively supported. Requires a manual downgrade of hardware using Device Manager to ACPI Uniprocessor. Tentatively supported. Supported