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Can I mount ISOs as hard drives?

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Can I mount ISOs as hard drives within Virtual PC and Virtual Server? Can it only be done in the latest virtual product from Microsoft: Hyper-V?
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Yes, you can.  Use the virtual cd control panel  free from microsoft http://support.microsoft.com/kb/916902
 
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