Macrium viBoot enables you, to instantly create, start and manage Microsoft Hyper-V and VirtualBox virtual machines using one or more Macrium Reflect image files as the basis of the virtual machine storage sub-system.
At a minimum, viBoot enables you to boot into the images you have made using Macrium Reflect, for validation purposes, or to retrieve data from old applications stored on a bootable image. At an enterprise level, you could recover an entire network environment in minutes.
Macrium viBoot is now built upon new technology that allows it to instantly present a Macrium Reflect image file as a Microsoft Virtual Disk (.VHDX) or VirtualBox (.vmdk) file. The type of virtual machine to create is automatically detected by viBoot based on the virtualization software installed on the host.
Windows 8 and above (64bit only) / Windows Server 2012 R2 and above. Microsoft Hyper-V or Virtual Box
Instructions, documentation and other important information about viBoot is available in this KnowledgeBase article: Introduction to Macrium viBoot.