I remember when I first started to learn some different technologies. It required that I have several servers so that I could learn more than the basics. For example, if you want to learn ISA Server, you would need an external client, an internal client, the ISA server, the domain, and another internal server to practice publishing. Oh, you want to test configuring access from the Internet to your Exchange environment? OK, add a couple of more servers, after all, won’t you want to also play with Exchange and configure a Front End and Back End environment? Exchange was a … Continue reading Virtualization is a Life Saver!