With the increasing need to support Windows 11 ARM64 cases, I've found myself needing to run this operating system in a virtual machine (VM) through Hyper-V. Although similar, installing a Windows 11 ARM64 VM isn't quite the same as installing a 64-bit Windows version. One of the main differences is that you can't directly use an ISO file for installation. Additionally, you won't be able to enable TPM on a Windows 11 ARM64 Hyper-V. This blog post aims to guide you through the steps to successfully set up your virtual machine.