If you read the license, it prohibits it rather than just not supporting it.
(Or at least did the last time I read it.)

Mark

On Mon, Mar 28, 2011 at 9:48 AM, Henry E Schaffer <h...@unity.ncsu.edu>wrote:

> Mark writes:
> > Yes. Apple only allows virtualizing OSX Server on Apple hardware. ...
>
>  People have done it in spite of Apple's discouragement - and I've been
> told that it doesn't actually violate the license agreement, it just
> means that the use isn't suppported. (I don't have any idea if that's
> correct.)
>
>  A search should be able to turn up more info.
>
> --henry
>



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