WHS in a Hyper-V Virtual Machine running under Windows Server 2008

Windows expert Ed Bott is experimenting running Windows Home Server in a Hyper-V virtual machine running under Windows Server 2008, and interestingly Windows Home Server recognizes that the drives are virtual and thinks each one is 400GB in size. In reality, they’re dynamic virtual disks on a physical drive that is 500GB in size.

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