A. The integration services are part of the Hyper-V role. They're installed on guests automatically if you select Insert Integration Services Setup Disk from the Action menu of a Virtual Machine Connection.
When you select this action, Hyper-V mounts %windir%\system32\vmguest.iso to the guest's virtual CD drive, so you could also mount this .iso manually.Related Reading:
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