So as a fyi the test I’m doing on Multipoint isn’t really a good test, it’s just a proof of concept. Why do I say that? Because it’s in a hyperV server and not on real hardware.
To really see Multipoint shine you have to see it on real hardware.
But when you want to play/test/just get an idea of how software works, stick it in a HyperV or vmware. In this case you ultimately want this on real iron, not in a HyperV to get the best results.
You could also have the Multipoint act as the HyperV host (but I’ll admit when I first went – oh how cool – I wasn’t thinking of how if you domain join the MultiPoint to the SBS you will have a tough time with it being the host of a sbs domain.)
So when you are learning – I’d strongly suggest looking to have some sort of virtualization platform to test and play.