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Hyper v on SBS 2008

Source: microsoft.public.virtualserver
Sent: 07/19/2009
From: "Dominic" <(email address - cut out)>
Message:

Hi,

I'm new to the Hyper-V thing so bear with me please (and thank you).

My scenario:
I have an SBS 2008 Server. It runs a quad core Xeon 2Ghz, hyper-v, 8GB ram,
raid 5 - 500gb hdds - 2 x Gbit NICs (intel, if it helps). NIC 1 is the
primary card which is the IP that email etc comes in to, DHCP and DNS for
the network. NIC2 is not used. This server is a GC and domain controller.

SBS2008 is the primary OS.

I want to install two additional servers.

My first question: Will installing Hyper-V stop the DHCP, DNS and GC/DC from
working efficently and stop computers on the network from being able to
locate this server?

When I install Hyper-V - it asks me to select a Network card and suggests I
keep one free for remote admin. Well, duh.

My second question: selecting the second NIC - will that ensure that the
Hyper-V will only use this network card and then not cause issues with the
DHCP/DNS/Email/etc?

Finally...

The eventual outcome will be:

Physical Box: SBS2008/email/DHCP/DNS
---- (via NIC2)
---- VM1: Win2008 with a OCS server, SQL 2008 server.
---- VM2: Win2008 with a third party PBX Voip Software - this will be
runnign on the soft phones.

Does this scenario work? Would there be a recommended 'other way'?

Many thanks in advance for any help,

Dominic



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