"moondaddy" <moondaddy@newsgroup> wrote in message
> Is it possible to install Hyper-V server on a windows 7 client? Right now
> I'm running windows server 2008 Rs configured as a work station and
> overall its great. the 1 main reason why I', using Win 08 R2 as a work
> station is because I need to use Hyper-V. However, there are a few
> programs that will not run on a server because of licensing issues and in
> particular, my backup program which I like very much jumps from about $50
> to $1500 just to get it to run on the server OS. Is there any way I can
> run Hyper-V on a win7 os?
You can install Windows Virtual PC, the new release for Windows 7.
Windows Virtual PC: Home PageWindows Virtual PC, a feature of Windows 7,
provides you the capability to run multiple Windows environments such as
Windows XP Mode from your Windows 7 ... www.microsoft.com/windows/virtual-pc/
Windows Virtual PC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaMicrosoft Virtual PC
(renamed Windows Virtual PC for the Windows 7 release) is a virtualization
program for Microsoft Windows operating systems, ... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Virtual_PC
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