Presented by Joe Shonk, Project-based Consultant; Thin Client Computing Expert
Microsoft added a cool new feature to both Windows 7 and Windows 2008 R2 called Native .VHD. Not only will the OS be able to mount a .VHD disk, but it will be able to boot and run off of a .VHD disk as well! No Hypervisor required! In this session Joe Shonk will demonstrate how to create and install the OS into a .VHD file on a blank machine. You can even chain .VHDs and merge them together. This session consists mostly of live demos with only a handful supporting PowerPoint slides.