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Any issues attaching existing VHD created on 2012 R2 HyperV host to a new VM on a 2008 R2 HyperV host?

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Are there any known issues with attaching a vhd (win7 os drive) created with Server 2012 R2 to a VM hosted by HyperV 2008 R2?  That is, creating a new VM in HyperV on a 2008 R2 server and attaching an existing VHD created on a 2012 R2 HyperV host.

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as long as it is a .vhd and not a .vhdx then you should have now problem
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