Instead of a USB device, use a virtual floppy disk. It works just as well in
You'll need to create the VFD first in the Hyper-V Manager (select New ->
Floppy Disk), then mount it in VM where you can format it and then run the
answer file creator in that VM. When you're done, unmount from the creation
VM and mount in the SBS VM and begin your install.
I'm asking this on the SBSmigration forum as well. I have set up my parent
partition and am creating my SBS child partition in Hyper-V. One of the
migraiton steps is to put my answer file on a usb key as part of the
migration and point to it at the proper place.
My searching has led me to ask, because I can't find out how to make a VM
"see" a USB key or device. It is possible isn't it? If so, how?