Download Hyper-V Integration Services for Legacy Operating Systems
Microsoft Windows 10 and Microsoft Windows Server 2016 no longer include the Hyper-V Integration Services ISO, vmguest.iso. The rationale behind this change is that the latest supported Windows and Linux operating systems provide their own Hyper-V integration.
This means that there is no built-in way to install Hyper-V Integration Services into legacy operating systems such as Windows XP (Windows Embedded POSReady 2009).
Fortunately, there is a direct download link mirror to the Hyper-V Integration Services 6.3.9300.16384 ISO, which came from Windows 8.1 / Windows Server 2012 R2. You can download this file and mount it as a CD in your legacy Hyper-V guest to install Hyper-V Integration Services.
Direct from Internet Archive Wayback Machine: vmguest.iso
In the past, Deltik's products site, products.deltik.org, provided demos of the products published by Deltik from 2008 to 2011. Some of these products have serious security or performance flaws that made them unsuitable for demoing on Deltik.
As a result, the old products, now collectively called the "Legacy Deltik Products", have been taken off of the demo site and published as an unsupported archive.
The Legacy Deltik Products can be copied to any web server running PHP 5, and they should run roughly as they did on Deltik. Note that some paths were hard-coded and may break on your web server if you aren
We're Still Here Deltik's top priority project, Log2Log, is still very active. We're working on it as hard as we can and will continue to do so until it's production-ready.
What's Taking So Long? Don't believe that we're working hard on it? See for yourself!
Creating a chat log converter is by no means easy. Me? I want Log2Log to be released as soon as possible without sacrificing the originally intended enterprise-grade quality. In order to do that, I have to learn C++ and the Qt framework on-the-fly while programming Log2Log.
Log2Log was intended to be released at the end of August 2011.
Sunday 11 September 2011 - 16:50:58