Upgrading from the free VirtualBox to the more full-featured Hyper-V environment can be done, even though Hyper-V doesn’t support VirtualBox VMs natively. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to convert VirtualBox VMs to Hyper-V and migrate them.
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If you’re running Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise 64-bit edition, here we take a look at setting up a Virtual Machine using the built in Hyper-V technology.
Windows 8 Pro has Hyper-V technology, which comes from the Server 2008 family. This lets you set up and manage virtual machines.
Hyper-V technology in Windows 8 Pro lets you create and manage virtual machines. To use it, your system’s CPU needs SLAT virtualization technology.
One of the cool new features in Windows 8 – currently in developer preview, is the ability to create and manage virtual machines with Hyper-V technology. It’s not enabled by default however, here’s how to get it working.
Today Microsoft released its Free Virtual Server Hypervisor Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 1.0 (not sure what’s up with the 1.0) and made it available for download on the Microsoft Download Center. The release candidate was released back in May, so it is good to see Microsoft keeping their nose down kicking out code non-stop from Redmond […]
Just came across a free offer from Microsoft Press. It looks like they are trying to get out the word it seems. Today the App-V Team Blog announced Microsoft would be giving away a free copy of the eBook Understanding Microsoft Virtualization Solutions by Mitch Tulloch. Here is the: Download Link Here’s is […]
Today Microsoft released the Release Candidate for Hyper-V Server 2008 R2. Full speed ahead it seems at Microsoft. Microsoft is trying to narrow the gap with VMWare with the R2 release of Hyper-V Server, but they still have a long way to go. You can grab a Download Here. Here are the details […]
Recently in our groovy Community Forum, goLfie (one of our groovy readers) asked a Question about Computer Component Advice. Over time the discussion turned to questions about building a Virtual Server. As I was typing my response to the thread, I figured this topic was worth a front-pager so without further ado… Server Case […]
Last month I attended the Get Virtual Now event Microsoft hosted. Bob Muglia announced they were working on and would be releasing within 30 days a Free Standalone HyperVisor called Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008. I was jubilant to discover on MicrosoftPost.com that Microsoft has done JUST that! You can find the Download Link for Microsoft […]
So, you’ve successfully migrated a few Virtual Servers Guests to Windows Server 2008 running Hyper-V, but now you want to manage the Hyper-V Server remotely from another Windows Server 2008 or Vista box. Is it possible? Today at work I had that very question, and found that it is possible and easy to configure a […]
So, you’ve successfully migrated a few Virtual Servers Guests to Windows Server 2008 running Hyper-V, but now you want to manage the Hyper-V Server remotely from another Windows Server 2008 or Vista box. Is it possible? Today at work I had that very question, and I found it is possible and easy to configure a […]
On Thursday (May 15th, 2008) I was pleasantly surprised to find that Microsoft released a new update for Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1 which adds support for Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista SP1 and Windows XP SP3 Virtual Machines. Microsoft also released Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 SP1 for the same reason. Being that I […]
Recently I converted / imported a Windows Vista Enterprise SP1 Virtual Machine from my Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1 environment to my new Microsoft Windows Server 2008 box running the new Hyper-V Virtual Server technology. The upgrade was a bit easier than I expected BUT, I did run into a few surprises along the […]