VMC2HV – update for 2008 R2 SP1 available

Exactly one month after my blog post on the work on the updated version of VMC2HV for Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, I announce the availability as of today. The tool has several new features, a different UI and many improvements over the previous version. If you want to import your VMC’s from Virtual Server…

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VMC2HV Import tool–update for 2008 R2 SP1

It sure has been a while since I coded the VMC2HV import tool. I originally developed it for importing VMC files from Virtual Server 2005 to Hyper-V. And if you are wondering if anyone is still using Virtual Server? Guess what… there are still many downloads each month from the Microsoft Download Center. And yes,…

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VMC to Hyper-V Import Tool Available

VMC to Hyper-V Import Tool  Now that we have launched the Microsoft Virtualization strategy this Monday, I wanted to release my tool so people could start using it to import their old Virtual Machine configurations. So first of all, what is the VMC to Hyper-V Import Tool and what was it intended for?  The tool…

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VMC to Hyper-V import tool – update

It has been a while since my last post on the tool. It is still being tested within a limited group. However I get many requests for the tool but cannot handle any more. Thanks for all who wanted to volunteer. The tool will be called ‘VMC to Hyper-V import tool’, in short ‘VMC to…

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VMC to Hyper-V migration tool

Yet another update just before my vacation. I have finalized the tool so it is feature complete, according to my specifications. Below is a screen shot of what it looks like today.   The tool now basically covers everything there is you can specify in a Hyper-V vm. Looking at a Virtual Server or Virtual…

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Update on the VMC import tool for Hyper-V

I have made several enhancements to the tool and it is almost feature complete. I have added the capability to import and modify COM port settings, Virtual Machine notes and BIOS settings. The updated tool looks like this:

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Virtual Server to Hyper-V tool

When you have Virtual Server or Virtual PC virtual machines, you can use them in Hyper-V. However, this requires quite some manual steps. For the minimum, you need to attach the virtual hard disk files (.vhd files) to the hard disk drives in Hyper-V. This requires at least creating a VM from the Hyper-V wizard,…

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