Hyper-V Program Manager
Today Anton – from the Hyper-V development team – released the Hyper-V VM State to Memory Dump Converter tool.
What this tool does is allow you to take the saved state files from a Hyper-V virtual machine and convert it to the memory dump format that is used by the Windows debugging tools. This is very handy if you are a developer who wants to poke around inside the state of a virtual machine – without generating a full memory dump internally (or configuring and connecting a debugger).
You can even use this tool to look at the memory state from a virtual machine snapshot.
You can download the tool (and read more about it) from here:
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Is it possible to use the tool with Windows Virtual PC and Virtual Server snapshots?
Any plans to support that?