Virtualizing a windows nt 4.0 server with hyper-v

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Hyper-V
Hypervisor
Server 2012
Virtualization
Windows NT 4.0

Hey guys,

Currently we are running Windows NT 4.0 on our network and will be upgrading our hardware and software to Server 2012. In-order to do this we must virtualize our Windows NT server because we our still running a legacy database called PC-File. We our upgrading our database but right now it is still in development and we want to go ahead and upgrade our hardware. I plan on using hyper-v but how would y'all suggest going about doing this. I am new to virtualization and to be honest I'm still contemplating on how I'm going to even get an image of my server because as we all know there is hardly any USB support in NT. Any suggestions, advice, criticisms etc.. would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Daniel



Software/Hardware used:
Windows NT 4.0, Server 2012 Hyper-V

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