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Win Serv 2008 with and without Hyper-V

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That I know Hyper-V is only for x64.
I made download of RTM x64 and x86 in the Microsoft site, after installing x64 I confirmed that the Hyper-V was available, I installed x86 and I confirmed that the Hyper-V was not available, ok.

Looking information about Windows Server 2008 I found the following message;
Windows Server 2008 RTM Web Server for X86 and X64
x86-32 6001.18000.080118-1840_x86fre_ServerWeb_en-us-KRMWFRE_EN_DVD.iso
x86-64 6001.18000.080118-1840_amd64fre_ServerWeb_en-us-KRMWXFRE_EN_DVD.iso


Windows Server 2008 without Hyper-V RTM for X86 and X64
x86-32 6001.18000.080118-1840_amd64fre_ServerV_en-us-KRMSXWOH_EN_DVD.iso
x86-64 6001.18000.080118-1840_x86fre_ServerV_en-us-KRMSWOH_EN_DVD.iso

Windows Server 2008 RTM for X86 and X64 Checked for Developers Only
x86-32 6001.18000.080118-1840_amd64chk_Server_en-us-KRMSxCHK_EN_DVD.iso
x86-64 6001.18000.080118-1840_x86chk_Server_en-us-KRMSCHK_EN_DVD.iso

Windows Server 2008 RTM for X86 and X64
x86-32 6001.18000.080118-1840_amd64fre_Server_en-us-KRMSXFRE_EN_DVD.iso
x86-64 6001.18000.080118-1840_x86fre_Server_en-us-KRMSFRE_EN_DVD.iso
That left me with doubts, if the x86 version does not come with Hyper-V, why have a version named "without Hyper-V"?, where I find the RTM x64 without the Hyper-V? and what is "Checked for Developers Only"?

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The checked for developers only is a check-debug version, this is the normal RTM version with some debug tools.
These builds can be very slow.

With/without HyperV is dont know, maybe because all versions have 2 different versions?

Without HyperV x64 is just the normal x64 but without hyperV enabeld by default, i think.
And were to get it?
MSDN/technet subscription?
Torrents (no links here, against the rules)?.

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Only the management console, not the actual role is included in the regular x86 version.

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DjRob wrote: And were to get it?
MSDN/technet subscription?
Torrents (no links here, against the rules)?.
I did not find
Torrents, only when really do not have another option.
TheWahbinator wrote:Only the management console, not the actual role is included in the regular x86 version.
I did not understand.
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Post by Rob Jansen »

In Server there are the consoles (like my computer).
And for the server there are roles (like an active directory or DHCP or DNS or File storage).

He means that the consolse is there but not the role.
So you cant use it.

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This I understood, what I do not understand is what this has to do? I know that the role is not available in the x86, that I know Hyper-V is only for x64, then, because he has a version x86 nominated “without Hyper-V”
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