Is it possible to set two type of virtualization?

There's Windows Server 2016 which is Hyper -V. Can-l to him the next set of vmware, as it has more functions?
March 23rd 20 at 18:52
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March 23rd 20 at 18:54
Can.
But it is not necessary.
For qualitative work the hypervisor needs to access hardware virtualization support. If someone uses your access will not.
March 23rd 20 at 18:56
Beg your pardon, captain?

"Near" is like?

In dualboot? It is possible, but pointless work is one thing.
Inside Hyper-V is Possible, but pointless - the slow and crooked, if at all.

And on the topic of "more functions" - personally I agree with You, but it's actually terrible holivar, almost like "Linux vs Windows"
this is a terrible holivar, almost like "Linux vs Windows"

It's not like, as is Linux vs Windows, HV-cuts WinSrv 2016, ESXi more on the line looks like.
The systems are completely different, but in General the piece of iron all the same not get along, it is better to have one server with esxi, the other let's say 2016+HV - Estelle.Waelchi commented on March 23rd 20 at 18:59
@stefan.Heathcote,
And on the topic of "more functions" - personally I agree with You, but it's actually terrible holivar, almost like "Linux vs Windows"

Anyways throw Wind—É and run on Linux. - bernhard.Bli commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:02
@bernhard.Bli, If you play something here nifiga not run. Put the Windows, tormented, eaten by cacti, but the game still dooooooooo will on Windows... - stefan.Heathcote commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:05

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