2008年1月16日 上午 03:46According to hyper-v there is no support for pre 2003 sp2 systems so are we to run all 2000 guest with 16 color and no mouse control (some cases)?
2008年1月16日 上午 04:17版主
Remember, this is the beta version of Hyper-V, which is a server class virtualization solution. Windows 2000 mainstream support ended some time ago. That is why only Windows 2003 Server and Windows 2008 Server are fully and officially supported.
Microsoft is fully aware of the interest in having Integration Services available to bring the user experience and performance off XP and Vista guests up to the same standard.
2008年1月16日 上午 04:25Well there are a lot of windows 2000 servers out there and I know many don't or can't migrate to 2003 and up right now. Seems like a very narrow view especially considering ESX will support this platform. I believe ESX is the current target which Microsoft is zeroed in on. I would hope they rethink this as I would prefer to stay with the Microsoft product if possible.
2008年4月9日 下午 01:08
Can anyone (from Microsoft) tell me if there will be any support for Windows 2000 OS under Hyper-V?!
I think if Microsoft does not support any OSes prior to Windows 2003/Vista they still will be leaving a lot of the market at VMWare.
For us it's no-go, if there won't be any Windows 2000 support under Hyper-V. One of the main reasons to use virtualization for us is to move 'older machines' (which are still live and used) to a virtual platform. As of this moment the only way to do this is to use VMWare!
We tested with the current Hyper-V (RC) but there no mouse and no normal video resolution available.
So basically my question is: is it worth waiting for the final of Hyper-V or do we need to go to VMWare?
I hope someone can answer my question. We're really struggling with this point!
2008年4月9日 下午 04:34擁有者
Sorry - I cannot discuss whether this will change for the final release or not.
2008年4月10日 上午 10:15
Thanks for your reply but could you maybe tell me if Microsoft is at least thinking about integrating this in the final release?!