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If you already have a computer running Hyper-V, you can use this computer and skip the first procedure.

If the Hyper-V host is running Windows Server then Windows Power Shell is automatically pinned to the taskbar.

To pin Windows Power Shell to the taskbar on Windows 8.1 or Windows 10: Click Start, type power, right click Windows Power Shell, and then click Pin to taskbar.

If you are not familiar with Hyper-V, review the terminology used in this guide before starting.

This guide contains instructions for three general procedures: Install Hyper-V, configure Hyper-V, and configure VMs.

After Windows Power Shell is pinned to the taskbar, you can open an elevated Windows Power Shell prompt by right-clicking the icon on the taskbar and then clicking Run as Administrator.

Verify support and install Hyper-V Download VHD and ISO files Convert PC to VM Resize VHD Configure Hyper-V Configure VMs Starting with Windows 8, the host computer’s microprocessor must support second level address translation (SLAT) to install Hyper-V.

Time required to complete procedures will vary depending on the resources available to the Hyper-V host and assigned to VMs, such as processor speed, memory allocation, disk speed, and network speed.

*The Hyper-V server role can also be installed on a computer running Windows Server 2008 R2.

Topics and procedures in this guide are summarized in the following table.

An estimate of the time required to complete each procedure is also provided.

You do not need to be an expert in Windows Power Shell to complete the steps in the guide, however you are required to customize some commands to your environment.