Hi All. I've been reading these forums for a while now and I decided I would try to contribute a little I found that the only reason I needed to fire up windows was to run the VMware Infrastructure Client, so I decided to find out if there was an alternative way of doing this. Unfortunately ESXi doesn't provide an Infrastructure Web Interface, so it appears the only way to do this is to run the Windows Client. I ended up setting up a virtual 2003 server, which can 'stream' the infrastructure client to your mac using rdesktop seamlessly. This was exactly what I needed. An icon which I double click on, and the Infrastructure client launches. The only issues are that because the client isn't actually running on your Mac, you cannot connect devices such as CD-Rom or FDD. This isn't a huge deal for me as my ESX server has access to an NFS share which has all the images sitting in it. I have written up a guide on how I went about setting this up. Unfortunately I wrote this up in Word so I only have it in PDF format, no HTML. Hopefully it will help some of you out there who are sick of loading up fusion JUST to use one application. You can find it here: http://rob.sprinkspt.com.au/infrastructure-osx.pdf Anyway - thanks to you all, this forum has saved me several times since I became a Mac user. Cheers, Rob.