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Apple doesn’t likely care what you run on their hardware as long as you buy Macs and don’t violate the license terms. To back this up: The licensing terms explain how virtualization is and is not allowed. Fairly explicit terms are added recently, so read the EULA is you’re big into this or need to be professional about this scenario. Apple allows unsigned ...


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I don't believe that Apple has any goal of supporting ESXi natively. Officially Apple supports installation of macOS and Windows via bootcamp on certain Apple hardware, afiak. I believe the ball is in VMware's court: if VMware wants to include support for Apple hardware configurations they're free to do so. They even might get lucky and an Apple product ...


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It is the enclosure release. See: Mac Pro (Late 2013) - Quick Start Guide


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