Originally Posted by PhoenixPoster
I will diffenity check at school my next Linux class isn't untill tuesday so there's plenty of time. There's hardly anytime after after class to get homework done. Thanks for all the help.
I actually teach IT250 here in Michigan ... and can say with 99% certainty that ITT will not provide you with a license for VMWare.
VMWare Player is FREE to download from vmware.com; all you need to do is register. If you don't want to mess with the registration process, grab a copy of VirtualBox instead from virtualbox.org. VirtualBox will read VMDK, Micro$oft VMs, and also it's own format.
I've also taught IT203 (Database), and if all is the same down there (which it should be), you will use a Windows Virtual Machine in VHD format, which VirtualBox will run just fine. Also, VirtualBox is much better when it comes to 3D support (you can get all of the desktop effects going easier).
Let me know if you have any questions (outside of homework, quiz, and exam questions, that is).