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Can you migrate a parallels vm to hyper-v?

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Is it possible to take a VM that is running on a Parallels Containers 4.0 and migrate it into a  Hyper-V environment?  We are trying to avoid having to rebuid the system.  If anyone knows of any tools/software that can aid in this it would be appriciated.
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or vmware converter
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I'll probably have to try to use both the vconverter and the vmware converter go get it to work.  Thanks for the advise.
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It is a work around as I have to got from Parallels to VMWare to Hyper V, but it is still a soluton.
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