I heard from our sister company that they are using Windows Virtual Machine workstation. I didn't have a chance to ask them what this means. But I am not sure how this works. Is this scenario possible.
A user has a physical box, and he has Windows OS and he has a Virtual Windows on his box?? Unless he has a Linux OS, why would he want a Virtual Windows on top of a Windows OS.
Anyhow, is someone familiar with the phrase 'Windows Virtual Machine workstation' and how it works?