This is a video I put out on Edge during the Virtualization Tour a while back. I was cleaning up some broken links caused by the recent upgrade of the TechNet Edge site and noticed I never posted to my blog. This is part 2 of a 4 part series. You can find the other parts here. In case you have not seen it…
VHD Native Boot, Presenter: Dan Stolts, Sr. IT Professional Evangelist
We’ll kick off by exploring VHD Native Boot, which is a new feature for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. VHD Native Boot can be used as the running operating system on designated hardware – without a parent operating system, virtual machine, or hypervisor. This is one of the best virtualization features to date for technology professionals of every kind – for business pros and consultants from enterprises to small and medium-size businesses.
[ 0:40 ] Intro to Native Boot to VHD
[ 6:40 ] Inside look at Boot to VHD Partitions
[12:02 ] Installing Network Media or OS Boot
[26:25] An inside look at BDCEdit