Like many enterprise application. Many companies are very much liberal in the installation and deployment guide that they normally published specially for products requiring large scale installations and integrations. After all, it is hard to account for multiple scenarios that can take place on the implementing side of the fence. Due dilligence should be made and fingers cross the approach you’ve chosen works! At the end of the day, you can’t test every possible scenario anyway.
Back in the days dual booting OS is a “in” thing. Yes i belong to that generation. I’ve been playing around with virtual machine for quite sometime using Oracle VM. It’s open source and free for those who like to play around with virtualization, OSes and networking. To date i have around 9 VMs configure in the machine i’m using
Version 5 were recently released and can be downloaded on the following url: https://www.virtualbox.org/