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I have some vhd files that I have downloaded from Microsoft that I have to run with Player. How do I create a VM with Player without a .vmc file?
I used the back up software that came with a western digital (usb) drive to create a back up of my laptop. Now I do not have the laptop or western digital drive, only a copy of the windows image file it created. The format is a vhd file. How do I extract the files in the image?
Looking for suggestions or recommendations for a VHD backup system for Windows Server 2008 with Hyper-V Server. I need the ability to specify individual Virtual Machines with different backup schedules. Thanks. Moderator Note: This is a user submitted question