Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Hyper-V on a USB drive

Not the real Jack Sparrow - looks virtually the same (photo courtesy Dean Willson) In preparation for setting up a virtualized development environment on some new iron, I ran across this article series on Hyper-V virtualization in a flash – part 1, and part 2. I was planning on installing the Hyper-V on a separate hard drive, but I think I’ll try this first.

Sadly, my virtualization needs have outgrown my previous process of using client based virtualization like Sun VirtualBox and Microsoft Virtual PC.

1 comment:

Dean Willson said...

Passed Part 1 with no problems. It worked exactly as described.