Ben Armstrong, (AKA Virtual PC Guy), has published a book on Microsoft Virtual Server 2005.
Currently available on Amazon and Barnes&Noble (as well as at your favorite local reseller).
You can also download the example code from the book at the Publisher's website.
Some of the critical features you'll learn how to take advantage of include integrated backup support, offline virtual hard disk manipulation, and the Virtual Server COM Interface. You'll also discover how to get the best performance out of your virtual machines while creating a secure system. And you'll find expert tips and techniques on how to use Virtual Server for general development and debugging of applications.
What you will learn from this book:
Chapters are as follows:
Virtual Server Basic ConceptsThe basic concepts of virtual machines, virtual hard disks, virtual networking and emulated hardware are covered in this chapter.