"If you've been following this series from Part 1, you now
should have a Linux system running as a virtual machine on your
company's Windows machine. In Part 2, we connected that virtual
machine to the company network and to the Internet. So, we now a
Linux system running as a virtual machine that lets you do UNIX
administration work on the Linux side and corporate work on the
company-issued Windows desktop. Now it's time to start moving some
of that corporate work to the Linux side of things..."