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  1. I am thinking of transitioning from Windows PC workstation to Apple MacBook Pro. But understand not all Autodesk products are yet available for Mac OS. Has anyone any feedback on their experience on using Autodesk products via Apple's Virtual mode and or using Boot Camp mode? Is there any drop or improvement in performance, convenience or hassle? Thank you.
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    Virtualizing AutoCAD?

    Does anyone have experience virtualizing AutoCAD workstations? We have ~10 copies of various versions of AutoCAD, including AutoCAD LT 2006 and AutoCAD ADT 2007. I think it would be nice to install each of them in virtual machine guests on a super computer so that they can be accessed from thin workstations via VRDP or VNC (see: Sun's VirtualBox). What are the issues with this? Obviously there needs to be enough CPU and RAM on the host computer, but what about AutoCAD's video card needs? Do you think I could serve ~10 simultaneous instances of AutoCAD using a computer with a sweet CPU and video card?
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