In an attempt to save space, two servers need to be run on one machine.
The best way seems to use HyperV.
I have two possibillities as far as I see:
1. Install HyperV 2012 R2 core on the machine, and move the two physical servers as VHDs onto it.
2. Install Server 2012 R2 with HyperV role on the machine, and add the VHDs.
The second requires an additional license, as far as I can find out, so i choose the first possibility.
The installation of the core hyperv server is simple.
The conversion of physical to VHD as well. (By the way: must something be done to add drivers to be able to run virtually?)
Moving those images to the hyperv server is done.
I need a short guide for what steps have to be done to connect these vhds to memory, cpu and network. and may be
other required things. Using powershell, because nothing else is available.
It looks as if there must be some preparation for the network before any machine can be created,
with attributes of memory, and attachment of the provided vhd.