G. Morgan wrote:
> Thanks for the replies everyone. It looks like a bad idea.
> I think I'll just dual boot Win7 from it's own 250GB drive, and give it a
> partition for WHS to use (backup's and shares) when WHS boots to a 1.5 TB
> drive. I just use the boot menu in my BIOS to keep it simple.
How is that going to work? Don't you want/need your WHS to be running all the
time (or at least when your Windows 7 install is running)?
Personally I think it is a big mistake for MS not to support WHS in a virtual
environment. It's based on server 2003 which *is* supported as a guest.
I also think it is a mistake not to support Virtual Server on a Windows 7 host.
Actually, both these scenarios very likely work. But if getting Virtual Server
to run on Windows 7 is too much of a pain (it really is a pain), there is always
the free VMWare Server.
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