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Old 03-07-2009, 09:30 AM   #1
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LXer: Launch batches of self-configuring virtual machines


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Save time and effort by launching batches of self-configuring virtual machines quickly. Sometimes you need to create an configure a bundle of virtual machines at the same time, but manually cloning and configuring the lot promises to be an unhappy task. In this article, see how to develop an automatic VM deployment solution so you can launch and activate batches of self-configuring VMs quickly. And as a bonus, you'll discover an approach that lets you run customized applications separately for each deployed virtual machine after system start.

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