Portlock Leap Frog will assist you in creating a bootable Virtual Hard Disk (VHD) for native Windows deployment with your Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 machine. The VHD can be used as the running operating system on supported hardware without a virtual machine or hypervisor. This provides an excellent way for end users who wish to utilize the VHD technology and setup a multi-boot environment with Windows XP and Windows Vista without having to "Upgrade" or repartition the hard disk.
Physical-to-Virtual Server Migration (1.9 MB PDF): This document describes how to perform a physical-to-virtual migration with Microsoft Virtual Server or VMware, using Portlock Storage Manager the Portlock Boot CD.
Boot floppy with TCP/IP support: A TCP/IP boot floppy based upon the Novell DOS TCP/IP Client, DOS 6.22 and supports the DEC 21140 Ethernet NIC. Our boot floppy also works with Microsoft Virtual PC for the Mac.Learn More
Virtual Machine Additions for MS-DOS: Microsoft Virtual Machine Additions are a set of utility programs to enhance the functionality and performance of Virtual Machines. In addition, you can easily share a drive letter or path from the host computer making it accessible to the guest operating system.Learn More