Has anyone been able to get Hyper-V to run on Windows Server 2008 R2 in a VM?
Host is Windows 7 Professional 64
VirtualBox is version 4.0.12
Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise is the checked build version
I followed these instructions for setup:
Enable VT-x checkbox is checked; and the host system is enabled for virtualization.
When I try to enable Hyper-V I get the message that my environment doesn't support it.
Purpose is to be able to spin up various components as needed for a small self contained dev environment under Hyper-V that I could archive off to other storage media when done.
I don't necessarily need to run it under VirtualBox, any free VM alternative would work. I also use VMPlayer and VirtualPC. Or maybe installing Hyper-V directly on the host would be preferable (although the reason I'm running it under Server 2008 is because it already has all the components I'm looking for - AD, CA, IIS)