Convert ESX VM to Hyper-V

I have an immediate need to convert a VM from ESX to MS Hyper-V. As I have never done this,  I am looking for assistance before I cause myself great heartache. Know there are converts out there, as I searched Google. Would appreciate advice on what to use and what to avoid. This VM is in a domain and must remain that way after conversion, as I don't have the admin rights to take in and out of the company domain.  Your assistance is greatly appreciated!
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Benjamin MOREAUProject ManagerCommented:
You can use a lot of tools (like Winimage, Starwinds Converter..

Some times, i had some perf problems converting a VHD to VMDK...
Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
Why not use....Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter 3.1 (MVMC 3.1)

see my EE Articles for how to do it...this will convert and copy the VM from ESXi to Hyper-V, in one procedure.

HOW TO: Convert a physical server or virtual server (P2V/V2V) to Microsoft Hyper-V using Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter 3.1

HOW TO:  Convert and Migrate virtual machines and disks to Hyper-V and Windows Azure

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AC_HawkAuthor Commented:
Andrew when I followed link for Converter 3.1 it seems to take me to ver. 3.0 Has MS removed 3.1 or is 3.0 the latest.
Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
3.1 is the latest. (or was the latest!).

Strange, 3.0 now seems to be the latest!

They must have pulled 3.1!
AC_HawkAuthor Commented:
The only issue is that it seems MS has pulled the 3.1 version and went back to 3.0 version. We don't know why currently.
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