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Old July 4, 2013, 07:41 PM
SeeThruHead SeeThruHead is offline
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Originally Posted by JD View Post
If you want a single machine though, I would go with Windows 8. It has storage pools which should take care of your storage needs and you can run Hyper-V as a "role" on-top for VM's.
What I have currently is similar to that. I'm running windows seven and drive bender. I want to move away from that setup and create a headless vm machine. I won't have room for two separate machines for nas/vms so I need to consolidate the two into one box.

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