The file format is mostly the same but there are size limitation
differences between the 3.
However, the emulated hardware is VERY different. You can't expect a
VPC/VS VM to run in Hyper-V (though it mostly should), and a hyper-V
VM will not run in VS/VPC if it's got the integration components
installed or is Hyper-V aware.
No clue if that's your problem, just general info.
On Wed, 17 Feb 2010 10:42:03 +0100, Detlef Knut <detlef_knut@newsgroup>
>my first question is: Is there any difference in VHD file format between
>VPC/ VS2005 and Hyper-V?
>After getting access from HVManger to the Server by running thru all
>John Howard hints, I'm able to ceate a VM until that point to attach a
>harddisk. I used a System which is used on different machines with VPC
>and VS. Shortly after selecting the VHD file I get an RPC error mainle
>because the host system hangs. Now I figured out that all is fine (host
>runs more than one hour, hv manager will stay connected etc.) until the
>vhd file should be attached to the vm. Only a second and the host hangs.
>Starting the vhd with vpc on an other system works fine.
>Any ideas and hints?