FreeBSD Support for Windows Server Hyper-V Available

FreeBSD Support for Windows Server Hyper-V Available

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Yesterday brought good news for FreeBSD customers looking to adopt virtualization and move toward cloud computing.  Microsoft, alongside partners NetApp and Citrix, announced the availability of FreeBSD support for Windows Server Hyper-V.  This collaboration, previewed at BSDCAN 2012, highlights Microsoft’s commitment to supporting multiple platforms with its server virtualization solution so that more organizations can take advantage of server consolidation cost-savings and build foundations for private, public and hybrid cloud computing. 

Check out the full announcement on Microsoft’s Openness blog here

  • Thanks is advance

    i have windows 2000 advance server i have full working setup but suddenly my setup his having some issue

    the dns server for this dc does not support dynamic DNS add the dns record from file % systemroot%\system32\config\netlogon dns to the dns server  serving the domain refenced in that file.

    if i want to put any system in domain environment i  got error  dns server is not avliable

    my DHCP also work fine. if i put IPCONFIG  /all i am getting full dns plus getaway so please help me

    Sachin

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