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    Generation 1 VM (generation 1 virtual machine)

    A Generation 1 VM is a virtual machine that uses the original Hyper-V BIOS-based architecture.

  • generation 2 virtual machines (generation 2 VMs)

    Generation 2 virtual machines are Microsoft Hyper-V virtual servers that use the second generation of virtual hardware.

  • golden image

    A golden image is a template for a virtual machine (VM), virtual desktop, server or hard disk drive.  A golden image may also be referred to as a clone image or master image.

  • GSX Server

    GSX Server is a server virtualization program for Windows and Linux produced and distributed by VMware, a subsidiary of EMC Corporation and headquartered in Palo Alto, California... (Continued)

  • guest OS (guest operating system)

    A guest OS (guest operating system) is the operating system installed on a virtual machine or partitioned disk.

  • guest virtual machine (guest VM)

    A guest virtual machine (guest VM) is the software component of a virtual machine (VM), an independent instance of an operating system (called a guest operating system) and its associated software and information.

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