Is it possible painless migration to windows server from a virtual machine to iron?

There is the idea to change an old server to a new one, but there is quite a lot of useful things spinning (network licensing, access control, video surveillance, etc.) that do not want to interrupt for a long time.
I thought that if you create a virtual machine, set up there and then... and then what? How the whole thing can be migrated, deployed on hardware? Or are there any special.tools for this?
Help thoughts, good people :)
June 8th 19 at 17:05
5 answers
June 8th 19 at 17:07
Need not suffer such garbage. Did the V-world, saakavili and work in virtual reality.
June 8th 19 at 17:09
In Windows out of the box built utility sysprep
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you such as a virtual machine apparently does not have
this utility has built-in long Windows able any Windows to make a bootable image with all the software, with all the running programs, all that is connected with drivers will vitalino when you boot from this image you will be asked to select a topic, the language, everything is normally but after Windows install it will detect all your software and all updates to the system (own build of Windows Server or Windows 7, 8, 10)

PS it still exists with the advent of Windows 2000
That's thanks for this, I will study! - scot_Corkery commented on June 8th 19 at 17:12
June 8th 19 at 17:11
+1
This is in Linux booted from live CD, adjusted the fstab, at least the core precompiler (if custom) and rushed. In Windows the hal is not the same, the chipset is not the same, the disk controller is not the same, just "I don't want"...
In Windows the hal is not the


Windows XP is already long gone, what is HAL?
With Linux everything is clear - there in the core of the cram drivers for all occasions. Due to the fact in the kernel and mess.
If you were to use the core Linux is a compact, specially compiled for your hardware - then you would have faced when moving with exactly the same problems that Windows.
The fact that you simply do not know how to cook Windu to move - does not mean that it is bad. Before moving need driver to put right, usually enough drivers for the disk controller and all you have is a great start. - scot_Corkery commented on June 8th 19 at 17:14
June 8th 19 at 17:13
Whether in a virtual machine, the performance drop? After all, the launch of another OS needs some resources.. I Say this because I now really do not have enough CPU resources, load is constantly around 80-90% on macroscop server (entry 15 ip cameras videoanalitiki). Planning to buy something on XEON'e E3 or E5 to much with the stock
June 8th 19 at 17:15
Everything is possible. Another question - how justified are the costs of implementation. Why would You leave new path in iron? If no specific requirements from aplikuj - the virtual reality and more flexible in terms of service, and to drag it in the form of a banal image and install/migrate without problems on another host.
To familiarize themselves with the nuances of transfer, for example, with VMWare on the physics, you can look here, I think will convince You to abandon the transfer back to the iron:
https://www.vmware.com/support/v2p/

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