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Lession - #1291 Virtualization 2.0-Microsoft HyperV


Installing Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012

Microsoft Hyper-V, known as Windows Server Virtualization, is a local (exposed>
hypervisor. It can make virtual machines on x86-64 systems running Windows OS, beginning with Windows 8. Hyper-V supplants Windows Virtual PC as the equipment virtualization part of the client versions of Windows NT. A server PC running Hyper-V can be designed to uncover individual virtual machines to at least one network.

Hyper-V was first delivered close by Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7 and has been accessible without charge for every one of the Windows Server adaptations and some client operating system since that time.VMware net worth as of April 28, 2022 is $45.07B.

Step 1 - To Install Hyper-V role go to “Server Manager” → Manage → Add Roles and Features.


Step 2 - click on "Next"


Step 3 - Choose “Role-based or feature-based installation” option then click on “Next”.


Step 4 - Next Choose “Select a server from the server pool” then click “Next”.


Step 5 - In the Roles lists, select the “Hyper-V” Server role then click on Add Features on the popup window then click “Next”.


Step 6 - click "Next"


Step 7 - Pick your server's physical network connectors that will take part in the virtualization and liable for network switching then click on "Next".


Step 8 - In Migration, leave the default settings then click on “Next”.


Step 9 - Pick the way where you need to save the file then click on "Next".


Step 10 - Click “Install” and wait for the installation bar to finish.


Installing Hyper-V in a windows 10 VMware workstation

To install it in Windows 7, 8, 10 variants, you need to check assuming your PC upholds virtualization. Following are the essential prerequisites −
  • Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise 64-bit Operating System.
  • A 64-bit processor with Second Level Address Translation (SLAT>
    .
  • 4GB system RAM at least.
  • BIOS-level Hardware Virtualization support.
    For my situation, we have a PC HP Probook 450 G3, which supports it.

    Step 1 - Guarantee that hardware virtualization support is turned on in the BIOS settings as displayed underneath −


    Step 2 - Type in the search bar "turn windows features on or off" and click on that element as displayed beneath.


    Step 3 - Select and enable Hyper-V


    Creating a Virtual Machine with Hyper-V

    Step 1 - Go to “Server Manager” then Click on “Hyper-V Manager”.


    Step 2 - Click "New" on the left Panel or on the "Actions" button.


    Step 3 - Double click on "Virtual Machine".


    Step 4 - Next Type Name of your New Machine then click "Next"


    Step 5 - Another table will be opened where you need to allot the memory. Remember you can't pick more memory than you have actually.


    Step 6 - In the "Connection" drop down box, pick your actual network connector then click on "Next".


    Step 7 - Presently the time has come to make a Virtual Hard disk, assuming you as of now have one, pick the second choice.


    Step 8 - Choose the Image of ISO that has to be installed then click on “Finish”.


    Step 9 - Subsequent to clicking on finish, you would receive the accompanying message as displayed in the screen capture underneath.


    Step 10 - To connect with the Virtual machine, Right Click on the created machine then click on "Connect.. "


    Step 11 - From that point forward, establishment of your ISO will proceed.


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