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Looking for a good utility to Virtualize physical servers to host on server 2008 hyperV

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Hello, I am looking to get some insight on any utilities for migrating physical servers to be hosted on Server 2008 HyperV. I have used VMWARE VMware ESXi and used the free utility for migrating physical servers to virtual with great success. Now that Server 2008 offers this as a built in feature , I was wanting to use it.
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I was seeking a free Utility as offered in VmWare but figured that with it being a Microsoft product, no such animal probably exists.  Thanks for your fast response this will fit the bill nicely.
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