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88) Which of the following is not a system requirement for running Microsoft Hyper-V?

a. A 64-bit-capable CPU

b. A 64-bit edition of Windows Server 2008

c. Virtualization-related CPU extensions

d. At least 8GB of physical memory

e. BIOS and CPU support for the “No Execute” (NX) bit

 

Answer: d

Explanation: Microsoft Hyper-V requires 64-bit CPUs with virtualization extensions, NX support, and runs only on x64 editions of Windows Server 2008. Regarding memory, your servers only need to meet the minimum system requires for the edition of Windows Server 2008 you plan to run. Note that the number and types of VMs you can run will be limited by the amount of available physical memory.

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This was last updated in December 2008
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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