Something interesting in Windows 7 and windows 2008 R2

Start setting up HYPER-V role in my desktop PC after installing Windows 2008 R2 (It’s a new rig 🙂 )
Tried to install windows 2008 R2 Ent and Windows 7 as guest OS in my HYPER-V environment. After installing went on usual method of installing the IC’s (integration services), but no need to do that anymore.

According to the given message ICS (Integration Component Services)has been installed already.

Wondering if this installed automatically during the setup I went to the control panel and found no evidence for that. So looks like Microsoft has integrated the ic’s into the OS itself!
Looks like MS expecting big change in future on virtualization and they have been ready for it with the launch of Windows 2008 R2 and Windows 7.

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