Even snel gegoogled naar de verschillen:
* Multiple snapshots
* Teams + PVNs
* Movie recording
VMware Server provides:
* Remote administration capabilities (via UI consoles and a web interface)
* The ability to run VMs as services after the host powers on
Correct, though there are other differences.
VMware Server does not support multiple snapshots, cloning, teams, or movie capture. These are things that Workstation handles but Server does not.
It's really a matter of what you want to do. Server is useful if you want to host services (a server VM of some kind containing, say, a web server, database, etc.), leave them headless, and connect to them remotely.
If you just want to run a Windows VM or Linux VM on your desktop or laptop for development purposes, playing a game, using Office, etc., then Workstation would suffice. Certainly if you're using a Windows VM and want to ensure that you have a mostly crash-free, virus-free, spyware-free environment, multiple snapshots would be beneficial, as you could take a snapshot after installing each program you want to try and always jump back if something gets screwed up.