Thanks again, mouser! (I really hope you're not sick of me saying that.)
Anyone else getting a kick out of using VMware? I am transitioning from Virtual PC. I find VMware Workstation 5.0 somewhat harder to use than Virtual PC (at least at first), but it provides more flexibility and more options.
The main thing that confused me was the networking setup. With Virtual PC, I never had to worry about bridging, DHCP, or NAT. And I wasn't too pleased to see VMware Workstation add two new connections (complete with tray icons) to my system upon install. I removed them almost immediately, which probably made my life more difficult when it came time to get a guest OS to connect out (you know, when you need to install literally 50 or more updates to Windows 2000?). I ended up using VMnet8 with NAT and DHCP. I find it odd that I have to do this manually whenever I add a new guest (since bridging is the default).
Edit: I was being serious with that comment. VMware is really cool! I LOVE the multiple snapshot feature, and all the networking options. I hated Virtual PC's one-snapshot-only restriction. I constantly had to decide if I wanted to blow away a known-good snapshot... And VMware Workstation's documentation is great.