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Isolate Hyper-V hosts - 3.Oct.2011 10:40:21 PM   
Scott Lowe


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As a best practice and from a practical standpoint, don't try to add additional services to a Hyper-V host. If you want to run Exchange, SQL, SharePoint, TMG or another server product, don't look at the Hyper-V partition as a viable candidate. Instead, create a virtual machine on the Hyper-V host and configure that virtual machine with the specifications that it needs. Don't install the second product on the Hyper-V host or you risk complications.

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