Originally Posted by GreatEmerald
Uhm, the user is required to have a Windows license just to use Windows that can run Hyper-V in the first place.
Of course you need a license for each Windows 2008 R2 Hyper-V server, natch
It appears their current EULA doesn't say what kinds of guests are permitted to run under Hyper-V, but that might change. If they require a CAL for each Linux guest I'll be outraged.
It only supports up to 1920x1080?
It only works on Windows Server?
Not on Windows 7 and 8?