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I am having some new Server 2008 installed and for testing purposes will have a number of virtual machines which will run in the HyperV environment.

I also have a number of existing test platforms running on Virtual Server 2005R2 and some on Virtual PC

Is it possible/how easy is it, to migrate the Virtual Server and Virtual PC machines to HyperV so that they can all run on the same standard platform.
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