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USB Virtualization: VMware ACE 2.0 beta!



Betaaah! Go get it now!

Saw Richard reporting on his blog...

  • Linux support as host OS
  • A central management server to control the policies (= a virtual appliance)
  • fine grained USB device control and lockout
  • PocketACE - designed to run your VM of you memory stick or iPod
  • ACE 2.0 being based on Workstation 6 !!! :-)



  • Time for ACE to kick some dirt in everyone's eyes. Download it here.

    After registering the ACE keys, you will get more features like these:



    More later...

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