I've read in several places that Hyper-V 2012 supports booting clients in UEFI mode, but I can't seem to figure out how to make that work.
There are no options in the settings for UEFI boot mode. I've tried to force setup to do a UEFI install by booting the setup disk, using shift-F10 and then going into diskpart and converting the virtual disk to GPT, then run setup and click "new" but it only creates the standard MBR reserved partition, and it clears the GPT format, pushing it back to an MBR disk.
Before anyone asks why I want to do this, i'm just trying to figure out how to do a UEFI install, and was hoping to use hyper-v to experiment.
Does the host have to be installed as UEFI to allow UEFI boot? My motherboard does support it, but I upgraded from a BIOS motherboard and did not re-install with UEFI.