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Macola Progression in a VMWare environment

Macola Progression in a VMWare environment

Macola Progression in a VMWare environment


    My company is in the process of virtualizing all of our servers. The CIO is pressuring me to migrate the Macola progression application. I did find older posts where most describe the process as working.
    Are there currently any Macola installations running on VMWare 4.0 or 4.1. Were your servers P2Ved or did you do fresh installs? of Macola? of SQL? Are your clients running Citrix? Did you notice any performance increrase or decrease? Any issues that you may have had ore of interest to me at this time.


RE: Macola Progression in a VMWare environment

I'm in the process of migrating our SQL server and Macola install into a VM.  I'm working through fresh installs instead of doing the P2V.  So far it's going rather well, hopefully that is still the case in a few days when I finish.

RE: Macola Progression in a VMWare environment

Good Luck

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