Follow the the steps to install the Hyper-V role in Server Manager
- In Server Manager, on the Manage menu, click Add Roles and Features.
- On the Before you begin
page, verify that your destination server and network environment are
prepared for the role and feature you want to install. Click Next.
- On the Select installation type page, select Role-based or feature-based installation and then click Next.
- On the Select destination server page, select a server from the server pool and then click Next.
- On the Select server roles page, select Hyper-V.
- To add the tools that you use to create and manage virtual machines, click Add Features. On the Features page, click Next.
- On the Create Virtual Switches page, Virtual Machine Migration page, and Default Stores page, select the appropriate options.
- On the Confirm installation selections page, select Restart the destination server automatically if required, and then click Install.
- When installation is finished, verify that Hyper-V installed correctly. Open the All Servers page in Server Manager, select a server on which you installed Hyper-V. Check the Roles and Features tile on the page for the selected server.
Follow the the steps to create a virtual machine by using the wizard in Hyper-V Manager
- Open Hyper-V Manager.
- From the navigation pane of Hyper-V Manager, select the computer running Hyper-V.
- From the Actions pane, click New > Virtual Machine.
- Click Next in the New Virtual Machine wizard.
- On the Specify Name and Location page, type an appropriate name.
- On the Assign Memory page, specify enough memory to start the guest operating system.
- On the Configure Networking page, connect the virtual machine to the switch you created when you installed Hyper-V.
- On the Connect Virtual Hard Disk and Installation Options pages, choose the option that is appropriate for how you plan to install the guest operating system:
- If you will install the guest operating system from a DVD or an image file (an .ISO file), choose Create a virtual hard disk. Click Next, and then click the option that describes the type of media you will use. For example, to use an .iso file, click Install an operating system from a boot CD/DVD and then specify the path to the .iso file.
- If the guest operating system is already installed in a virtual hard disk, choose Use an existing virtual hard disk and click Next. Then, choose Install an operating system later.
- On the Summary page, verify your selections and then click Finish