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Hyper-V and Active Directory Rights Management Service.

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I have AD RMS (Active Directory Rights Management Service) installed on Blade server G6, when I monitored it's performance i found it using a little bit from RAM and CPU. I need to install another application that uses RAM and CPU resources but without installing it on the same OS.
Could you advice which solution shall i follow:
1- Install Hyper-v on the host OS and create two virtual machines and move the AD RMS to one virtual machine and install the new application on the other virtual machine.
2- install Hyper-v on the host OS and create one virtual machine with the new application installed.

If option 1 is the best, how to move AD RMS from physical to virtual exactly without impacting current users and configurations.
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