Sun, Aug 12 2012 15:55
Rebooting the HyperV test
Okay I'm going with what's released and will revisit HyperV 2012 when it comes out in September along with the RTM of the RSAT tools. Hopefully by then Microsoft will have something better to work when you have a Win7 with HyperV2012.
Now mind you it's not AS important as it used to be (I'd argue) because Windows Server 2012 GUI gives you the right for 1+2 virtualization. But this is still applicable if you want to lay down a HyperV (free) base and put SBS 2011 essentials down as a HyperV guest.
So once again I downloaded the HyperV2008 r2 and I'm installing it in my 8 gig HP Microserver. I only installed 8 gigs in it but I'm getting reports that it will actually support 16 gigs. Who knew.
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