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Discussion in 'Mac OS X Server, Xserve, and Networking' started by Wild-Bill, Aug 24, 2010.
Just posted on Apple's site yesterday. Surprised it hasn't made the front page news here.....
That's been known for quite some time. The timestamp you are referring to is a modified timestamp, not creation.
OS X server assumes that you are using it as a server. This means that you are going to be running applications that other systems rely on to be up all the time. This is a reasonable decision for Apple to make and it's nothing new.
However, if you want to run windows you can use VMware. It works fine with OS X server.
I guess you are not going to be dual booting a server anyways.