Recently I’ve been playing around with the new Hyper-V Nested Virtualization feature within Windows 10 (build 10565 and greater) and Windows Server 2016. It is pretty cool to be able to create virtualized lab environments running that contain Hyper-V clusters. But what if we want a lab that contains VMWare ESXi Hypervisors running on Hyper-V host. I couldn’t find the process documented anywhere and I couldn’t even confirm if it should be possible. But after lots of asking a lot of annoying questions – thanks Adam Burns – Googling and hair pulling I managed to get it going:
So this seems like a good topic for a blog post.
What You’ll Need
You are going to need a few things to get this working:
- A Hyper-Vhost running on Windows 10 (built 10565 or greater) or Windows Server 2016 TP4.
- Enable-NestedVM.ps1 – A PowerShell script for enabling Nested Virtualization in…
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