Hi I would like to know if I can run MAC OS X on a hyper-v machine? IF so how is this achieved as I have tried but when the VM machines boots for the first time it ask for the boot media.
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You are only allowed to run a MAC OS on MAC hardware, so if the Hyper-V Server is running on an Apple PC, it might work. If you are trying to install it on a standard, non-apple PC/Server, it isn't allowed by the Apple Terms of Use.

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I agree "You are only allowed to run a MAC OS on MAC hardware"

On OSx 10.9.x as host, we are using vmWare Fusion - it works fine
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