Our domain has a server running Windows Server 2008 Standard. I need to create a Virtual Machine on this box that will be running Windows Server 2008 Standard R2.
I would ordinarily update the Host OS, but this server is being accessed for data from over 100 end users. I cannot shut down the server; hence, the need to create a VM while the Host machine is still being accessed by those end users.
Is there a problem with having a newer Guest OS than the Host OS?
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