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            What is VT? Virtualization Technology?

            Product Line:  VERDE

            VERDE version: ALL

            Host/Server: ALL

            Guest/Image: N/A

            Client/Workstation: N/A

            VT stands for Virtualization Technology.  It refers to a set of processor extensions that allow the host operating system to run guest environments (for virtual machines), while letting them process privileged instructions so that the guest operating can behave as if it is running on a real computer.   

            VT typically refers to the Intel implementation of hardware virtualization. AMD refers to it as AMD-V.

            This technology was introduced in 2005 and recent processors include this set of instructions required to run a VERDE Server. 

             

            Note that VT may not be enabled by default on the server, please check the BIOS of the server prior to installing VERDE.

            Updated: 16 Mar 2017 04:46 PM
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