If like me, you are running the Enterprise Evaluation edition of Server 2012, on an older server, because that is what you have available for the evaluation, You may find that it does not support virtualization. You will get a pop-up with a couple of big red Xs and the message "Hyper-V cannot be installed: The processor does not have the required virtualization capabilities".
It's worth checking the BIOS to see if there are any virtualzation attributes that you can enable, but most likely, you will have to go on line and find out which processors support Second Level Address Translation, and either get a Server that has a compatible processor, or forget about evaluating Hyper-V.
That is the difference between the role and the management interface. You can run the management interface on non-SLAT systems...
Where is the Hyper V manager to manage a Hyper V 2012 server or server role for Windows 7? Since many of us are still running it and will continue to run it. I have the manager for Hyper V server 2008 but it will not connect to a 2012 server.
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