You can also "create vhd" and "attach vhd" in diskmgmt.msc in Windows 7.
You could put the answerfile there from a Win7 client and then move the vhd
over to the Hyper-V server.
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"Charlie Russel - MVP" <Charlie@newsgroup> wrote in message
> So, create a Windows VM on the Hyper-V server to do what you need to do.
> Any version will do.
> "Mike" <Mike@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> Unfortunately I don't have another VM at this point, the SBS box will be
>> first one.
>> "Charlie Russel - MVP" wrote:
>>> I don't see that as a problem. Run it on the existing SBS, and then copy
>>> file over the network to a virtual machine that is a domain member. You
>>> use that virtual machine to create the VFD, format it, and then copy the
>>> file onto the VFD.