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Improve the Windows Phone emulators so that they can work within a Hyper-V instance

I currently use Hyper-V for various development environments within my enterprise. One pain point I have building Windows Phone apps is the fact that the emulator uses Hyper-V. This creates an issue when I'm in a Hyper-V instance. There are workarounds as documented at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13148828/unable-to-create-the-virtual-machine, but I shouldn't have to follow a work around for what I would assume is a common scenario (common defined as more than 1% of developers not meaning majority).

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    Jason GaylordJason Gaylord shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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      • Shawn AndersonShawn Anderson commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I agree 100% with this. More and more teams are moving all development to take place inside virtual machines. Being able to do mobile development inside a VM is key to help increase development in the mobile space.

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