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Can I run (virtualize) Multiple Mac OS X versions on a Mac Server or a Mac computer?

If the answer is yes, how can I do it?

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Please note that if you are doing this on a Mac OS X version other than Mac OS X Server, it violates the Mac OS X EULA. – Wuffers Apr 16 '11 at 15:29

Parallels can also run OS X server as a guest on a Mac host.

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Virtualbox has been able to run OS X as a guest on macs for the last year or so - and its apparently a matter of just installing as per usual. I seem to recall that vmware had a solution as well, but i'm not certain about that.

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