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Can I migrate VMware Server 2 to Windows 2008 Hyper V?

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I spent a lot of time setting up a production BES server on a VMware Server 2 on my exchange server. Can I migrate VMware Server 2 to Windows 2008 Hyper V. and is there any free tools to  migrate VMware Server 2 to Windows 2008 Hyper V?
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dariusq,

I think you misunderstood my question, I need to migrate from the free VMware Server 2 not Microsoft Virtual PC :(

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