Hyper-V is a hypervisor-based virtualization platform that Microsoft contains in Windows Server 2008. Unlike Virtual Server R2 (managed technology running on the Windows Server 2003 operating system), Hyper-V runs directly on the system hardware. Hyper-V can be run on a full installation of Windows Server 2008 or on a minimal Server Core installation, at which point it achieves optimal performance with minimal overhead and a relatively small attack surface.
The biggest function of Hyper-V in personal use is to use it as a virtual machine. The technology is based on a Windows Virtual PC that, unlike virtual machines, will use some of the physical devices such as CPUs without virtualization.
Here's how to turn Hyper-V virtual machines into VMware virtual machines by following these steps:
1. Download and install VMware Converter as an administrator on the Hyper-V server standalone
Because only the native VM is converted, it can be installed locally
2. Set up a shared directory and grant everyone permission to read and write
3. Run VMware Converter as an administrator
Hyper-V server must fill in the localhost, access to the account should also be the level of the administrator, the domain account will fail
In less than half an hour, the conversion is complete.
Because the IP addresses already set within the SharePoint virtual machine are 192.168.0.1, 192.168.0.2, 192.168.0.3. To make sure that it works, you need to make special settings for VMware's virtual NIC
Later, the virtual NIC Vmnet2 IP is set to: 192.168.150.6
Finally, set the network card of the virtual machine to: Vment2