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Testing servers + clients on virtual environnement


Can you please suggest how to realise virtualy the test of servers environoment.

Need to test:

Microsoft Server (AD) + Exchange + Linux Firewall
And 2-3 clients with Win7 and Linux Mint.

Also need to test:

Linux server + Linux email server + Linux Firewall.

Can you suggest me some visualization software to realize all those installations and testings on one computer.
All the virtual testing will be done on Linux Mint

Thank you in advance.

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