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Can I install Adobe Connect version 8 on a virtual server?

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Feb 06, 2012 Feb 06, 2012

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Hi everyone.  We are looking to upgrade our version of Adobe Connect and to put it on a virtual server.  Our current enviornment Adobe Connect v8 on a physical server.

Is this possible?

Is it supported?

Has anyone done this and has experienced no problems?

thank you in advance everyone.

scott

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I think there are issues with recording feature on win2k8 server edition running over VM. I have used win2k3 and it has worked just fine (of course, the disclaimer being that it's a vm and hence the performance won't be equiavelent to that of the native machine)

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Hey Scott,

Many customers today run Adobe Connect 8 virtually on WinSrv 2008 64-bit.  First make sure you read the page link below that details our tech specifications and that your server is compliant. 

http://www.adobe.com/products/adobeconnect/tech-specs.html

Also, you will want to discuss where your DB will reside (on that same virtual or a separate one).  The biggest improvement you will see is with performance.  The speed of the server alone is enough to upgrade.  Microsoft definitely made some improvements there...

I am assuming you know all the usual WinSrv settings such as Domain, etc...so will not discuss those here..

Regards,

Scott@Adobe

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