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    Hyper-V Released

    Its gone for release today!!

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    Hmmm that's the next few weeks sorted for me then.......

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    Great news, hyper-v is very very good.

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    Excellent was toying with using this on my shiny new Server to install a forest (null) root and a new DC....

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    Arrrgghhhh. I just removed my Server 2008 install with Hyper-V as it was blue screening when a Hyper-V started.

    Ah well... I have gone back to 2003 R2 for now.

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    I have been very upset with the fact that my 2008 install is covered with "Without Hyper-V" logos and branding everywhere. Why describe an OS by a feature it doesn't have?

    Windows 2008 Server Without ext3

    It's just silly. And I don't *need* hyper V, its a VM.

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    This is good news. Now I just wish I had the memory in my servers to fully take advantage of virtualising things. I'd need to spend a fortune on memory upgrades! Maybe next year...

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    already using Hyper-v Hosting

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    Its not only good its Excellent man!

    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroHour View Post
    Great news, hyper-v is very very good.

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