Windows Server Hyper-V

Microsoft added JDEC-compliant NVDIMM-N persistent memory device support in Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10. NVDIMM-P devices, such at the Intel(R) Optane(TM) DC Persistent Memory Modules are supported in Windows Server 2019 or later. The following link takes you to the documentation for configuring NVDIMMs within Hyper-V.

Dell has published step-by-step guides for provisioning NVDIMMs within Windows Server 2019 for use with Hyper-V Guest OS's: