I am planning to purchase Windows Server 2012. I want to ask is it possible to have the same server contains two servers (one actual and virtual) or this feature is only available in Enterprise and dataCenter edition? and if it's possible, is it advisable? and what about the performance for both servers if I am going to have Windows Server 2012 running a Dell R720 with two processors?
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I've used McAfee on Windows Server 2008 R2 ... for five plus years. That's two (complete?) turns of McAfee "development" cycle and although each time they've changed something in their final production interface that managed to knock something out of whack on this system, I've now grown so familiar with readjustment that using it is really easy.
For instance, filtering IPs (comes wth a firewall replacement for the windows native).
There's not a lot of bell and whistle to it ("SAas" with firewall) like say, latest Norton Antivirus (on Vista 32-bit). But at the time, McAfee was the only vendor coming through for 64-bit personal use. So, it's served me well. To date.
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