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    The software wants an eth0 or eth1, and /dev/sda or /dev/hdb, etc.. (depending on if you’re loading HS3 or HS4 software). (see the other topics around here)
    I tried to virtualize the HS on Xenserver but always had problems with XenServer’s /dev/xvda1, etc. device names.

    Why don’t you try a Hyper-V first? You can just load it into Windows10.