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Windows 2008 Server Co-residency BE6000/BE7000/TRCs/Specs-Based.

Hey,

I'm trying to figure out where I can run a Windows 2008 R2 server:

  • BE6000: seems like no based on http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/BE6000/Coresidency/9_x/BE6K_coRes.html
  • BE7000: the data sheet has a "Co-residency Policy" link that provides no information on co-residency. I'm assuming yes and that there is no similar list as for the BE6000.
  • TRCs: I assume yes
  • Specs-based: I assume yes.

It would be nice if this was corralled into a single location.

 

 

Thanks for any answers.

 

 

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If you run 6K/7k over HYP or

If you run 6K/7k over HYP or FND license, then yes, the above link applies to both. Not sure if you can also buy either license with TRC or spec-based TRC, if so, then they also fall under the guidelines from the link.

If you run any of the above options over VMware std, ent, or ent+ license, general co-res guidelines from virtualization wiki apply.

HTH

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