In earlier versions of Windows, Microsoft included a loopback adapter. This was a virtual network interface that essentially you could use for network testing but without having a physical network card. In Windows 8 this device is a little trickier to install. Let me show you how to install the loopback adapter and how I’m using it in Hyper-V.
Today we’ll learn how to install and run the Hyper-V role in a virtualized instance of Windows Server 2012. With the advent of VMware Workstation 9, we can finally perform nested virtualization.
The free edition of Unitrends Enterprise Backup provides backup and disaster recovery services for up to four concurrent Hyper-V or VMware virtual machines.
I’ll quickly take you through the steps required to get the CentOS 6.3 minimal Linux distribution up and running on a Hyper-V host, along with networking and the Linux integration components all enabled.
Now that you can run Windows XP-based applications seamlessly in Windows 8 from a VM running on Client Hyper-V with RemoteApp enabled , here are a few of the gotchas and things I’ve learned to improve the overall experience.