MSSoftie wrote: »
I have heard it is possible to load Server 2012 onto a virtual box and run the Hyper-V services inside of that. I can only imagine that being a resource hog but it may be possible to do that if you don't do much more than create a Hyper-V VM for the experience of doing it and then removing it. If money is tight, that may be a real option. I think it would be more ideal to go ahead and use Hyper-V to do your VMs as that is what is being tested. However, real life means that we don't always have the best options available to us - so do the best you can. You might first try the virtual box route to see if it is even an option and move on from there.