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    Windows Server 2008

    Been using Windows Server 2008 for a few months now. Love it. Love the stability and new hyper-v. granted, i'm only now playing with Virtual machine manager but the snapshot features of hyper-v are great. two thumbs up.
  2. Yup, i'm using VMM 2008. Sorry I forgot to mention that. im all fixed up and it's working. Thanks for all the help. Glad it was simple!
  3. Ok.... This is probably a stupid question but for the life of me I can't figure it out. First post here so please don't judge me. I've been playing around with Hyper-V on my test server and so far I've installed or migrated a few VM's from my VMWare and Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 no problems. Now I want to install the Windows 7 Beta and a few other VM's from ISO but I can't figure out this Library thing. I've look everywhere but there doesn't seem to be a way to add an .ISO to the Hyper-V Library. I see the options to Add Library Servers, New Templates, New Hardware Profiles, but under the Library Settings nothing about a .ISO. and on the VM's you cannot map the virtual CD/DVD to an .ISO unless it's already been added to the Library!!! I'm freaking out. Thanks! oh - BTW - I'm running Windows Server 2008 x64 with 16 Gigs Memory on an IBM x3650 although I don't think this matters much.