You might find once you download them that you can't install them. The installer quits with the message "This update is not applicable for your computer." I found it necessary to uninstall SP1, install the RSAT tools and then put SP1 back on again.Once on Hyper-V management can be turned on by
- Go to Start > Control panel Under Programs, click on Get programs
- On the left panel, click on Turn Windows feature on or off
- On the feature list, expand Remote Server Administration roles > Role Administration Tools, mark Hyper-V Tools, then click OK
- Go to Administrative tools > Hyper-V Manager, launch it
Additionally, you might find that you connect but get bugged with the following error:
"Hyper-V Error – Access Denied. Unable to establish communication between Hyper-V and Client"
The following article provides a simple walkthrough regarding this; http://blog.mpecsinc.ca/2009/06/hyper-v-error-access-denied-unable-to.html