Windows 10 Hyper-V Using Two Domains

I've got two separate businesses inside my physical office space. Each is on completely separate Windows server domains. I have several employees that work for both companies. I would like to set up Hyper-V on Windows 10 to allow those employees to run two VMs, one on each domain. Assuming the boxes have two NICs, one physically connected to each domain and with the appropriate virtual switches, will this work? How would the licensing work? If the VMs are both Windows 7 Pro, I assume I need two Win 7 licenses in addition to the Windows 10 license.  Would it be possible to use the existing Windows 10 license for one domain and have only 1 VM and put the Windows 7 Pro license on that? I'm having trouble finding answers to these questions on the MS website, so any help will be appreciated. There is plenty of info on VMs for servers, but not so much for Windows 10 boxes. Thanks.
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David AtkinTechnical DirectorCommented:
Do you really need to do this?  You could just create duplicate user accounts on bother of the domains so that you can access both shares whilst logged in as one user.

With regards to the virtual machine, you would need to purchase a separate licence for that machine and every other VM that you use.  Your existing licence is applied to your physical PC.
SEStrattonAuthor Commented:
Yes. For legal reasons I need to have separate machines on each domain. I'm not even 100% certain this will meet the security requirements, but I'm hoping it will and looking at options.
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
yes it is possible.. virtual machines are exactly like physical machines and licensing is exactly the same.. each machine requires its own license
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SEStrattonAuthor Commented:
So once I enable Hyper-V on my Windows 10 box, will it still be usable as a client? Or does it turn into a Hyper-V "server" that's really only good for hosting multiple Hyper-V VMs? Could I turn on Hyper-V, load one Windows 7 Professional VM on one domain, and use the Windows 10 box normally on the other domain?
David AtkinTechnical DirectorCommented:
Yes it will still be a usable client (depending on resources). Bare in mind that they will be sharing the RAM etc so your machines may run a little sluggish depending on hardware.

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SEStrattonAuthor Commented:
Thanks, David. Machine resources are not a problem. I'm going to give it a go.
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