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Which version of VMWare will BODS 3.2 Sp3 support on Win 2008?

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Can some one tell me Which version of VMWare will BODS 3.2 Sp3 support on Win 2008?

As part of the upgrade we are trying to test the installation of BODS 3.2 sp3 on a VM Machine.

Thank you in advance.

Regards,

Raghu Rayannagari.

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    Posted on May 02, 2012 at 07:27 PM

    Hi ,

    We have Data Services running on VMWare. I would think it is independent of the VMWare version but dependent on the Windows version.

    If BODS 3.2 installation is supported on Windows 2008, then you are good to go.

    Hope this helps.

    Best Regards,

    Pradeepkumar

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      OK - the 3.2 version (I think 3.1 then SP+Patch for highest level ) is a stand alone install. Grab the master, install and admin docs from OSS. They are very straightforward. With those, follow the install model per your situation (SQL & BODI on same server or BODI alone on server). I suggest all on same server unless it is for production and/or heavy load expected. With that, you need your CMC admin account and other account credentials for the install. I followed the install guide completely for our install. The migration is another story.

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