There is no option "New Vlan Interface (Vlan Tag)" for Windows hardware nodes in PVA MN.
On a Linux physical server, a VLAN interface can be set up by standard means of the operating system, and Parallels Virtual Automation provides an interface for creating VLANs on any network adapter.
On Windows physical servers, any suitable third-party tools can be used for creating VLANs. Parallels Virtual Automation does not incorporate an interface to these tools, though it displays the VLAN adapters created in this way.
On Windows hosts VLAN interfaces should be created with help of 3rd-party tool provided by a NIC vendor.
Note: Windows 2008 R2, 2008, and 2003 do not have native support for network link aggregation, teaming, and VLAN tagging, These functions are implemented by NIC drivers, therefore the instructions for reconfiguration vary for different NIC manufacturers.