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  1. To my knowledge a Hyper-V UEFI VM can only be made with the generation 2 VM, which I've read is not supported by SmartDeploy. Is there some workaround to make a UEFI image that I don't know about? Or is it just not possible with Hyper-V?
  2. I may have missed instructions somewhere on this topic, but is it possible to use a Type 2 Hyper-V Windows 10 VM as a reference machine? When I attempted to capture an image from the virtual hard drive, it informed me that the virtual disk must contain at least one volume and would not proceed. I recreated my Win10 VM as Type 1 and it works fine. Not really a problem, but I'd like to know whether this behavior is expected.
  3. Looking at the Release Notes I see Server 2012 with Hyper-V as a Virtualization Product. But when I launch the build wizard, the only way to select Windows 8.1 is to select anything other than Windows VIrtual PC. What am I missing?