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I had an opportunity to Install Peoplesoft 8.4 on windows 2000, it was few years back but still I preseved the notes.

High Level Steps
1> Install Windows 2000 service pack 3 or service pack 2
2> Install Oracle 8.1.6 or higher with database name as FDMO
3> Install people tools – Screen Shots available
4> Install Financials and Supply chain management – Screen Shots available
5> Install Web Logic – Screen Shots available
6> Setting up Peoplesoft Internet Architecture using WebLogic – Screen Shots available
7> Install TUXEDO and Jolt

Installation Guide for PeopleSoft 8.4

Created on 05/18/2008 09:04 PM by akr14feb
Updated on 05/23/2008 01:55 AM by akr14feb
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Posted on: 2008-05-27 18:01:49   By: Anonymous
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    Posted on: 2011-02-11 23:46:52   By: akr14feb

    8Gb is much reasonnable indeed.
    Well, generally, and to be purist, you must use a remote client to access to your Oracle VM.
    Right now, if you have some time to spent you could try to translate the VM templates to VirtualBox, install VirtualBox onto your machine and play with it, but it looks rather complicated.
    An other way, the one I choosed some time ago, is working through VMWare Server. It is certainly not recommended, but understandable in your case.
    You could :
    1. install VMWare Server on top of your OS
    2. create a virtual machine and installed Oracle VM Manager
    3. create a virtual machine for each Peoplesoft VM template you want to work on
    4. in every VMWare image created in step 3, install Oracle VM Server
    5. plug the 3 Oracle VM Server images created in step 4 to your Oracle VM Manager (than you can access from your host OS).
    6. follow the Peoplesoft instruction to initiate the templates
    I tried to described all the steps for such architecture in my blog :
    (that was on CentOS, but it is basically the same for every OS)
    And bear in mind, it is not supported and not recommended, but since your wife won't bother for a while, then you could have a try.