Mike Neil, a product unit manager on the virtual machine team (core OS) did a Q&A with Virtualization.info that’s worth a read. The Q&A covers Windows Server virtualization, System Center virtual machine manager and the Softricity acquisition.

And a week ago the download center published instructions for installing Virtual Server 2005 R2 on Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2003 with SP1.As the site says, the download is geared toward “legacy applications or applications that require a dedicated server—in their native Windows environments (including Windows NT).”