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Offline vinceASPECT

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HYPER V "virtualisation"....feature of chips
« on: July 21, 2018, 12:00:49 PM »
Hello there again,

Is there anybody experienced in deployment of services etc and licensing?

The reason i ask is on discovering that virtualisation features of PC's in cpu are turned off by default.
UEFI

That's something concerning the fact (userland) is required to register and licence new virtual OS's?....
The standard licence agreement covers offering features (comp by comp), not deploying them on the
same hardware.

Thx

Vin

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Re: HYPER V "virtualisation"....feature of chips
« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2018, 12:42:53 PM »
Yeah Hello Forum,

also discovered that WIN 10   (swearword here)........has some kind of "shadow copy"  restore and indeed can
take snapshots of your particular windows sessions.........sort of cached........which seem to re-appear even
after a while        by just shutting down and starting the machine from cold ......again.

Shadow copy (Feature of win 10)..............hmmmmm

...................O__0.....................  thx

*ttps://www.backup-utility.com/windows-10/shadow-copy-windows-10-4348.html

with a "h" at the start above.....thx



V
« Last Edit: July 21, 2018, 01:05:37 PM by vinceASPECT »

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Re: HYPER V "virtualisation"....feature of chips
« Reply #2 on: July 23, 2018, 06:17:45 AM »
hello Forum,

If it's any use to user/Land.....indeed managed to get ...........Virtualisation (machine) .......functioning on propitiatory chips of Intel
together with their latest 64  OS for hardware.

Then also Tinycore works fine on that VM  (Native VM from the chip).........and sits on the same Desktop executing at the same time
as the default machines OS.

It may be useful.

Thx

V