On Fri, 25 Sep 2009 21:30:49 -0400, Robert Comer wrote:
> Make sure and do a full power off of the server. When enabling
> virtualization, a warm boot isn't enough.
That will cause Hyper-V to fail, or fail to install, it won't cause it not
to appear in the list of roles.
Ian, you need to check which SKU of Data Center you're using as there are 2
different SKUs. One with Hyper-V and one without. Sounds like you've got
the latter SKU.
> On Fri, 25 Sep 2009 17:11:01 -0700, Ian
> <Ian@newsgroup> wrote:
>>Installed Windows Server 2008 DataCenter on a machine with Dell BIOS settings:
>>Enable Vitualization Technology: On
>>Enable Multiple CPU Core Technology: On
>>Execute Disable Memory Protection Technology: On
>>When clicking Add Roles in Server Manager, Hyper-V Role is not in the list.
>>How come? Thanks.
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