To apply this hotfix, the computer must run one of the following operating systems:
• Windows Vista SP1 • Windows Server 2008
Wait there. I thought Hyper-V was only available for Windows Server 2008? You can say "Yes, but you can run Hyper-V remote administration on Windows Vista" - but why a remote administration tool would require a kernel update and none of the remote admin tool file being updated?
Is Microsoft going to replace Virtual PC 2007 with Hyper-V on consumer PCs?
I have asked around but haven't heard from some Microsoft people about this yet... Do you know anything else?
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